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Equipment Report
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  • EQUIPMENT

    What they use: Sand Save percentage

  • Seung-Yul Noh leads the PGA TOUR in sand save percentage at 70.37 percent. (Sullivan/Getty Images) Seung-Yul Noh leads the PGA TOUR in sand save percentage at 70.37 percent. (Sullivan/Getty Images)

STATS: Scrambling | Scrambling from sand | Proximity to hole from sand | Scrambling average distance to hole

Each week, PGATOUR.COM's Equipment Report will highlight the top five players in a statistical category, and the club they used to get to the top. We continue with the top five (as of March 23, 2014) in sand save percentage.

(Note: Sand save percentage is calculated by the number of times a player is able to get up-and-down from a greenside bunker, regardless of score.)

1. Seung-Yul Noh / 70.37 percent / Nike VR Forged (56 and 60 degrees; Royal Precision Rifle Project X 6.5 shafts)

2. Ted Potter Jr. / 67.80 percent / Cleveland 588 RTX Forged (60-12 degrees; Nippon N.S. Pro WV125 Prototype shaft)

3. Phil Mickelson / 66.67 percent / Callaway X Series Jaws (56 degrees, U-Grind; KBS Tour-V 125X shaft), PING Eye2 XG (60 degrees; KBS Tour-V 125X shaft)

4. Jonas Blixt / 65.52 percent / Cobra Tour Trusty Prototype (61-08 degrees; True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shaft)

T5. Bill Haas / 62.69 percent / Titleist Vokey SM5 (60-12 degrees; True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shaft)

T5. Charles Howell III / 62.69 percent / Mizuno MP-R12 (56-13 degrees; True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shaft), Titleist Vokey Design Prototype (60 degrees; True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shaft)