Xander Schauffele’s winning clubs at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

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Xander Schauffele, representing the United States of America, won the 2021 Olympics in Tokyo on Sunday by one stroke over Rory Sabbatini. The four-time PGA Tour winner used a bag full of Callaway clubs to win the gold medal.

Here is the the equipment Schauffele used to win this in Tokyo:

Driver: Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond (Graphite Design Tour AD-BB 7X shaft), 9 degrees

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Callaway Epic Speed Driver

$529.99
OUR TAKE: It’s good to have options. With Callaway’s new-look Epic Max and Epic Speed, testers found two equally appealing packages: One geared for those who need a bit more forgiveness and another for the better player craving a penetrating launch. “I could put both in the bag,” said a tester. “Both were fantastic on misses, and the flatter flight of the Speed was very consistent. I could totally see myself throwing in a strong-lofted Speed and Max 5-wood to launch it high. That sounds really appealing.” Don’t be surprised if other golfers follow suit. THE DETAILS: While the new Jailbreak system in the driver is sure to garner the most interest, it’s actually not the only club receiving a complete makeover. The Epic fairway woods feature Jailbreak A.I. Velocity Blades that are spread wider apart to stiffen the structure, allowing the C300 maraging steel face cup to flex at impact. The forward CG location on Epic Speed, combined with a new leading-edge design, promotes a strong ball flight with less spin. An oversized head and shallow face make Epic Max an ideal option for a wider handicap range. Launch and spin can be altered depending on where the two sole weights (2 and 14 grams) are positioned. Check out 150+ reviews from our gear experts in the ClubTest 2021 collection
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Fairway Woods: Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond (15 degrees), Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero (20 degrees), with Graphite Design Tour AD-DI shafts

Callaway Epic Speed Fairway Wood

$299.99
Our take: It’s good to have options. With Callaway’s new-look Epic Max and Epic Speed, testers found two equally appealing packages: one geared for those who need a bit more forgiveness and another for the better player craving a penetrating launch. “I could put both in the bag,” said a tester. “Both were fantastic on misses, and the flatter flight of the Speed was very consistent. I could totally see myself throwing in a strong-lofted Speed and Max 5-wood to launch it high. That sounds really appealing.” Don’t be surprised if other golfers follow suit.  The details: The fairways feature Jailbreak A.I. Velocity Blades that are spread wider apart to stiffen the structure for improved face flex. The forward CG location on Epic Speed, combined with a new leading-edge design, promotes a strong ball-flight. An oversize head and shallow face make Epic Max an ideal option for a wider handicap range. Launch and spin can be altered depending on where two sole weights are positioned. Check out 150+ club reviews from our gear experts from ClubTest 2021. 
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Irons: Callaway Apex TCB (4-PW; Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 130X shafts)

Wedges: Callaway Jaws MD5 (52 degrees), Titleist Vokey SM6 (56 degrees), Titleist Vokey SM8 (60 degrees), with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts

Callaway Jaws M5 Platinum Chrome Wedge

$159.99
New JAWS Groove Design with Groove-In-Groove Technology for Exceptional SpinInnovative JAWS groove design with extremely sharp edge radius works with our proven Groove-in-Groove technology to impart more spin for precise control.
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Putter: Odyssey O-Works 7 CH Red (SuperStroke Traxion Tour 2.0 grip)

Golf Ball: Callaway Chrome Soft X LS prototype

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Andrew Tursky is the Senior Equipment Editor at GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com.