What’s In The Bag 2021 (WITB of Pros?)
Every amateur golfer with dreams of capturing the magic of a PGA Tour professional, even if for just one shot, first looks at what is in their bag.
The ability to play the driver, irons, wedges, or putter of your favorite professional is one of the most exciting things an amateur golfer can do for their game.
In this article, we’ll take a look at the 16 PGA golfers featured in Golf Influence’s popular “What’s In Their Bag” (WITB series), detailing the companies and clubs that make our greatest golfers so uniquely special.
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Winner of the 2017 PGA Championship, Justin Thomas is one of the most talented professional golfers on the PGA Tour. Reaching the heights of being ranked #1 in the world, Thomas has a bright future ahead for team USA in the Ryder Cup and individually with major championship tournaments.
Thomas utilizes the latest Titleist clubs through his longtime sponsor relationship with the company. In Thomas’ bag, he uses Titleist’s TS3 series for his woods and fairway woods. Along with the company’s popular Vokey wedges, Thomas plays with the latest blade irons from Titleist.
Rounding out his bag is a Scotty Cameron prototype putter and Pro V1x golf balls.
Tommy Fleetwood has yet to win on the PGA Tour but his second place finishes in the U.S. Open and The Open Championship announced his presence with authority on the PGA Tour as a first-rate golfer.
Fleetwood’s bag is outfitted with clubs from TaylorMade after the golfer recently signed a sponsorship deal with the company. Off the tee box, Fleetwood plays with the newest SIM MAX 2 Driver, along with the line’s fairway woods.
Fleetwood uses blade irons, similar to the P790, that help him control his shotmaking from the fairway and rough. The golfer uses the company’s TP5x golf ball for better distance and accuracy.
A five-time winner on the PGA Tour, Fowler has posted top-three rounds in all four majors and helped lead Team USA to victory in the Ryder Cup. Although he enjoys a clothing deal with Puma, his bag remains filled with clubs from Cobra.
Recently, Fowler has enjoyed Cobra’s latest F9 Speedback series of drivers and woods that offer premium customization. The company’s Speedback irons also provide Fowler with shot-shaping that allows him to guide the flight of his shots into the green with muscle and softness.
On the green, Fowler plays with a Scotty Cameron putter and TaylorMade’s popular TP5 golf ball.
The 25-year old PGA Tour golfer has broken through with his driver distance and accuracy around the greens. A two-time winner on Tour, Champ plays with Ping clubs provided through his sponsorship.
In Champ’s bag, the golfer enjoys the perks of the G410 series that offers thrilling distance and tight shot dispersion in the fairway. The irons he carries onto the course are the popular iBlades that offer moderate arc with low piercing flight.
Along with Ping’s Glide Forged Wedges and the company’s Anser Stealth Putter, Champ plays with Srixon’s outstanding Z-Star XV Golf Ball.
The 2021 Masters champion has become one of the most popular golfers in the world after his win at Augusta National. Matsuyama, the first-ever Japanese golfer to win a major title ever, is another golfer that enjoys a fruitful relationship with TaylorMade.
Utilizing their best-selling line of SIM MAX clubs in his bag, Matsuyama won his green jacket with the help of the SIM MAX 2 driver and fairway woods and the company’s prototype blade irons, much like the P790 series.
Around the greens, Matsuyama knocks it close with the company’s MG wedge series, rolls putts with the Spider mallet putter and TP5 golf balls.
While he’s never won a major title, Matt Kuchar has remained one of the most steady and productive professional golfers over the past two decades on the PGA Tour. Kuchar is another pro that likes to mix and match his favorite clubs with most coming from the designers at Bridgestone.
Kuchar’s bag is filled with woods, hybrids, and irons from Bridgestone, as each provides the distance and accuracy that Florida-native relies upon on the course. In a change, however, Kuchar uses Cleveland’s popular RTX wedges from inside 150 yards.
On the putting surface, Kuchar uses a first-rate Bettinardi putter with Bridgestone’s Tour XS B golf balls.
Although he hasn’t won a major title since 2014, Rory McIlroy, a five-time major winner, continues to draw crowds where he goes on the PGA Tour.
In his bag, McIlroy plays with the TaylorMade SIM MAX series driver and fairway woods that offer pure muscle off the tee box. From the fairway, McIlroy plays with the P7MB irons, enjoyed by other TaylorMade-sponsored golfers that prefer compact blade irons.
The company’s high spin MG2 wedges, a first-rate Scotty Cameron putter, and Bridgestone’s Tour XS B golf balls complete the bag for the Ireland-born golfer.
After years with Nike, Woods made the switch to TaylorMade clubs after the company best known for their footwear left the golf equipment market. Using
In his bag, Woods plays with the SIM series driver that offers a movable weighting for better customization. His fairway woods, from the TaylorMade M6 line, also provide the ability to adjust weighting for total control over the height and length of shots.
From the fairway, Woods plays with his own custom irons that offer distance and accuracy.
The company’s MG2 wedges, Bridgestone Tour XS B golf balls, and Scotty Cameron putter round out the 15-time major winning golfer.
A steady player for the better part of a decade, List has grown in popularity on the PGA Tour. Using a wide variety of clubs from different brands, List carries equipment from Titleist, TaylorMade and Callaway in his bag.
Known as a long hitter, List takes advantage of the woods from TaylorMade, along with the Callaway utility iron from the fairway. When the ball reaches the fairway, List turns to the clubs of Titleist to bring the ball to the cup, including the company’s irons and wedges.
On the putting surface, List uses Justin Rose’s Axis1 putter with Titleist’s popular Pro V1 series of golf balls.
After a longtime partnership with TaylorMade, Jason Day recently decided to go without a sponsorship for the upcoming season. Day now enjoys a full complement of clubs from companies such as Ping, Odyssey, and Mizuno.
From the fairway, Day plays with the very capable MP-20 Irons and TaylorMade’s MG2 Wedges. When it comes time to put the ball in the cup, Day uses Odyssey’s new White Hot 2-Ball Putter and Bridgestone’s Tour B XS golf ball.
With three top-3 finishes in recent major tournaments, Xander Schauffele has become one of the PGA Tour’s most exciting young golfers. With a mix of muscular Callaway woods and Titleist irons, Schauffele attacks the course with confidence.
Xander’s woods are all from the Mavrik Sub Zero line, much like Brooks Koepka. In Schauffele’s bag, accompanying the woods, are Titleist’s T100 irons. These blade irons offer clean, crisp contact with piercing flight that stays true to the target line.
Callaway’s Mack Daddy wedges, Odyssey Stroke Lab Seven putter, and Callaway’s ChromeSoft golf ball round out Schauffele’s bag.
Johnson enjoys his sponsorship deal with TaylorMade as the golfer is the latest to enjoy the company’s latest SIM MAX series on the links. Johnson plays with the new SIM MAX 2 series of drivers taking advantage of its aerodynamic shape for additional distance and low piercing flight.
Also in Johnson’s bag is the P-series of forged irons, much like the P790 irons available to amateurs. The iron set provides the compact hitting area that pros, like Johnson prefer, alongside the thin face that keeps the club speed high into the golf ball.
The two-time major winner also uses the company’s MG2 wedges, Spider putter, and TP5 golf ball.
An eight-year veteran to the PGA Tour, Spieth blasted onto the scene with three major titles by the age of 24. The Texas-native has played with Titleist clubs since his arrival on the PGA Tour in 2013.
Currently in Spieth’s bag, Jordan plays the popular and well-made TS3 series of drivers and fairway woods, along with the T100 series of forged irons. All of his clubs provide the shot-shaping mix with the distance Spieth needs to compete on tour.
On the green, Spieth plays with a Scotty Cameron blade putter and uses Pro V1x golf balls from Titleist.
The unexpected winner of the 2019 U.S. Open, Gary Woodland won over the crowd at the event with his inventive play helped by his assortment of exciting clubs. Currently, Woodland plays with clubs and equipment from four different companies including TaylorMade, Titleist, Ping, and Wilson.
Woodland loves the distance and precision of the Ping G410 LST Driver off the tee box. A TaylorMade SIM MAX fairway wood, Wilson Staff Utility Iron and Blade Irons take care of the shots from long distance.
Also in Woodland’s bag are TaylorMade’s MG2 wedges, Titleist’s Pro V1 golf balls, and a sharp, sleek Scotty Cameron putter.
Like Jason Day, Brooks Kopeka, a four-time major winner, isn’t a slave to one company’s clubs, but instead, picks and chooses the best the market has to offer for his bag of clubs.
Koepka is thrilled with the production he gets from the Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero Driver. For his fairway wood, Koepka uses the M2 from TaylorMade, along with the company’s versatile utility iron.
His irons are from the good people at Mizuno as Koepka plays with the JPX 919 when trying to reach the green. Along with Titleist’s Vokey wedges, the Florida-native plays iwth the company’s ProV1x golf balls.
The 2013 U.S. Open winner, Justin Rose, has long been one of the best players in the world. With a steady game and deadly putting stroke, Rose has 24 professional wins under his belt.
On the course, Rose’s bag is a mash of clubs from several companies including TaylorMade and Cobra. Rose enjoys playing with the SIM MAX drivers and fairway woods from the tee box and fairway.
While he does carry a Cobra King 5-wood, the remainder of Rose’s irons, wedges, and his golf ball belongs to TaylorMade. Rose does play with an Axis1 Rose Putter designed to his specifications.