Nate Lashley earned a living working in real estate after college, and like most people in that field he is keenly aware of the credo, Location, location, location.
Now 36 and in his second year on the PGA Tour, Lashley is more concerned with the location of his approach shots, and at the Rocket Mortgage Classic he had them on target enough to win the inaugural playing at Detroit Golf Club by six strokes over Doc Redman.
Lashleys irons are Ping i210 model, a cavity-back players iron that is designed to provide distance, but with consistency.
Lashley was also making lots of putts this week, ranking second in putts per green in regulation and second in stokes gained/putting.
Lashley relied on the uniquely shaped Ping Scottsdale Wolverine mallet with a center shaft.