Hills Golf and Sports Club in Gothenburg, Sweden will play host to the annual Nordea Masters for the first time. This championship course offers a variety of terrains including woodland, heathland and waterways with some tees set on the rock-filled waterfront. With many uphill holes, the caddies have had to arrange buggies from greens to tees! This, along with wet conditions, could make for a diverse week in golf. The last few weeks have been played in firm, fast conditions so this leads to some changes in equipment.
Milled Grind HI-TOE Wedge continues to be in great demand amongst players out on tour. The HI-TOE wedge offers incredibly versatile performance around the green, making this a useful club in the many varied terrains provided by the Hills Golf Club. With a high-bounce leading edge and enhanced heel and toe relief, HI-TOE has been engineered to perform on the hills and tough terrains this week of golf should produce.
Martin Kaymer comes back to the Nordea Masters after a decade away from the Swedish Championship. With a win, he could put himself into the running for a trip to Paris in The Ryder Cup.
Kaymer has been talking about how much he loves the Spider Mini with its modern-day blade putter feel. This club delivers the stability and high-MOI performance of The Spider Putter but in a compact, mid-mallet design combined with a Tour-inspired “T-line” alignment aid.
Kaymer’s WITB at the Nordea Masters: