Langasque burst onto the European Challenge Tour with a runner-up finish at the 2016 season opener as an amateur, equalling the record for the lowest back nine score by an amateur, 31, in his final nine holes. He followed this becoming the first ever European Challenge Tour player to play in the first major of 2017. Langasque won his first professional title, whilst competing on the Challenge Tour in 2018, on home soil at the Hopps Open de Provence, and regained his European Tour card finishing in the top 25 at the Final Stage in 2018. Langasque plays a full bag of TaylorMade equipment and the TP5x golf ball.
Romain Langasque’s WITB;
- M3 440 Driver |9°| PX EvenFlow Black 65 6.5
- M6 Fairway |15°| GD 9003 7 X
- M3 Fairway |19°|
- P760 |3-PW| Project X 6.5
- Milled Grind |52°, 58°| KBS Hi-Rev 125
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