Boy, I really stepped into it this time ... I started a hand-written matrix going back to 2009 (first season on KLPGA big tour) ... this may take a LONG time to complete ... lots of wild stuff filled in so far, but I still have massive gaps. We're talking about a player who LOVES change ... really, how many other touring pros would have four main brands of golf balls over a 10-year stretch? I think the best way to handle this is posting once for each year and updating them later as I learn more. There is a limit, however ... I'm not writing about every ticky-tack logo she's ever had on her collar ... and forget about shafts, are you crazy?! I think I can figure out what putter brands she used, but as to specific models, forget about that, too. I'll be model-specific for drivers, iron sets and wedges only (I'm ignoring FWs and hybrids) ... and confirming the wedges, yikes, I see a lot of white space on my paper. Also, 2020 is a problem ... nada, for that ... I think she crawled into a hole ... definitely a work-in-progress.
Pre-2009, there's not much info readily available ... I'll create a catch-all post for that later.
... and with a little luck later at Q-school/series, I'll fill in 2023 from personal observation.
Main cap/visor logo: Puma (or sometimes blank, but still Puma headwear)
Apparel brand: Puma
Driver: Fourteen Golf JC 707
Thumbs up to HF for having this via the SS Main Page ... this is NOT an easy find. That's Fourteen's JC 707 driver ... also used by Kim Kim at the 2007 USWO. Also, I will assume that the glove brand (Footjoy in this case) will match the ball brand (it would have to be Titleist) ... a glove/ball match is normal for a touring pro.
Main cap/visor logo: BCcard (mostly in English, but sometimes in Korean) Apparel brand: Puma, Le Coq Sportif Driver: Fourteen Golf JC 707 Irons: Titleist AP2 710 Wedges: Putter: Scotty Cameron Ball: Titleist
Still in Puma garb, the first pic below was taken around Jan/Feb 2010 Down Under, before her new apparel deal with LCS kicked in later that year.
FJ shoes & Scotty Cameron putter in the first pic and Titleist AP2 irons in the second pic ... she was heavy into the Acushnet product line in 2010 ... Titleist Korea used to have some kind of Internet cafe that posted lots of updates on its players during this time ... they had a separate cafe for Scotty Cameron and Vokey, I think.
I created the Sharon avatar below by clipping from a big online ad that had all Titleist staffers using that ball: