Dustin Johnson WITB 2023 (What’s In the Bag)

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Updated September 14, 2023. This article was thoroughly audited by multiple golf experts and coaches for its accuracy. You can read more about our rigorous testing protocol here.

Dustin Johnson has made headlines as he shifted his career from the PGA Tour to the controversial LIV Golf Tour. Regardless of where he’s playing, Johnson continues to pile up victories as the captain of the 4Aces franchise.

The two-time major winner of the 2016 U.S. Open and 2020 Masters also won LIV’s Individual Champion award in 2022. His 4Aces team also won four regular season LIV events and the overall team championship last season.

Johnson has continued his relationship with TaylorMade after the move to LIV, placing their newest equipment in the bag for 2023.

In this Dustin Johnson WITB 2023 article, we’ll break down his selections, let you know where you can get these elite golf clubs, and how they might change your game.

Dustin Johnson WITB 2023

What’s in Dustin Johnson’s Bag? Here’s a rundown:


TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus

Shaft: Fujikura Speeder 661 X

Taylormade Stealth 2 Plus Driver 9 Project X HZRDUS Black 60 6.5 Left Hand
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Johnson plays with the new TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus from the tee box.

Featuring the sliding weight behind the face, adjustable hosel sleeve, and the forgiving Twist Face technology, long bombers like DJ can reach back and crank out 350-yard drives without worrying about where the ball’s going. 

Delivering a tight shot dispersion, the Stealth 2 Plus gives tour-level players a weapon to shorten the length of their entry shots into the green.

For amateurs, the Stealth 2 Plus can produce better accuracy and longer distance over comparably priced elite drivers.

Read: TaylorMade Stealth 2 Driver Review


TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus

Shaft: LA Golf Prototype

TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus 3 Wood 15* (Mitsubishi Kaili Red 65 Regular, Left)
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The TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus fairway offers a 50-gram weight directly behind the center of the face. Golfers can adjust the weight to provide higher launch or low penetrating flight with a minimal spin for more distance. 

For Johnson, the Stealth 2 Plus fairway offers complete control over shot height, helping him craft the ideal shape depending on the course’s layout.

Amateurs might find the Stealth 2 Plus fairway daunting to hit, but it remains one of the most consistently impressive fairway woods on the market.

Read: TaylorMade Stealth 2 Fairway Review


 TaylorMade Stealth

Shaft: LA Golf Prototype

TaylorMade Stealth Steel Fairway #7 Righthanded
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For his 7-wood, Johnson depends on the stability of last year’s Stealth fairway. With a fixed hosel, the Stealth fairway doesn’t offer adjustability, but its reliability when creating a repeatable shot shape is unquestioned for tour players.

The wide sole offers plenty of crisp turf interaction that won’t snag or stop when hitting off the short grass.

Mid handicappers will find the Stealth fairway offers high launch with extended carry, a lethal combination when looking for a weapon for the tee box, and when hitting a green on a long par 5.

Read: TaylorMade Stealth Fairway Wood Review


TaylorMade Stealth Rescue

Shaft: Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black RDX 105 6.5

TaylorMade Stealth Rescue
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Similar to his 7-wood, DJ loves the consistency of the Stealth hybrid.

While it might have the bells and whistles of some of the newer Stealth 2 clubs, last year’s Stealth hybrid does provide a helping scoop of reliability when Johnson needs spin and distance on a tight par 4.

The low profile of the Stealth hybrid gets under the ball at impact to create a high launch with a steep landing angle that holds the ball on the green.

Out of all the clubs in Johnson’s bag, the hybrid might be the most accessible for everyday players looking to generate more speed with their intermediate clubs.


TaylorMade P730

Shaft: True Temper X100

Taylormade P730#6 Single Iron, Steel Dynamic Gold XP Regular Flex
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Johnson uses the older TaylorMade P730 irons on tour. For Dustin, the comfort and performance of the P730 stand out as reasons to continue using them professionally. 

These blade irons offer a compact face without room for error. Every shot must be in the center to enjoy the benefits of playing with the P730 set.

For weekend warriors with high swing speed, the closest to the P730s is the revamped P770 set. Delivering maximum flex across the entire face, the P770 set offers energetic shot speed with precise shotmaking.

Read: TaylorMade P770 Irons Review


TaylorMade Milled Grind 3

Shaft: KBS Hi-Rev 120 S Black

Taylormade MG3 Black SB
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Dustin Johnson plays with the TaylorMade Milled Grind 3 wedges on the LIV Tour. Featuring a low, deep CG that gets the ball into the air quickly with spin, Johnson can control his short game with efficiency with the Milled Grind 3 wedges.

With the thinner sole, Johnson can utilize these wedges like forged irons, producing high spin rates to hold the green for the fairway. When sitting in the rough, the muscular wedges cleanly make their way through the thick grass to precisely contact the ball.

Mid and low handicappers can take advantage of the superior construction of these TaylorMade wedges when sitting in the fairway within 100 yards to the cup.

With outstanding spin, shots off the face of the Milled Grind 3 wedges stop cold on the putting surface, helping amateurs save par more frequently during their round.


TaylorMade Spider Itsy Bitsy Tour Limited Black

Shaft: LA Golf

TaylorMade Spider GTX Red #3 Putter

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Since most tour golfers are superstitious about their putters, Johnson uses an older model for getting the ball into the cup.

His TaylorMade Spider Itsy Bitsy Tour Limited provides a nice touch on mid-range distances with a weight that makes it easy to keep the face square through the impact zone.

For amateurs, the new Spider GTX Red #3 offers similar style and performance but with a colorful flair that instills confidence and efficiency on the greens.


TaylorMade TP5X

Taylor Made Unisex's TP5 X Golf Balls, White, One Size
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The TP5x from TaylorMade, the preferred golf ball of tour professionals, offers maximum distance with optimized spin to help golfers like Dustin Johnson hit the fairway more efficiently. 

The 5-layer ball also provides exceptional touch and feel around the greens. With the soft outer layer of the TP5x, tour golfers can slide under the ball to create the height and spin they want.

Casual players can boost their distance and shot shaping with the TP5x, similar to how the ProV1x has become popular among weekend warriors.

Read: TaylorMade TP5X Golf Balls Review


Golf Pride Tour Velvet

Golf Pride Tour Velvet Golf Grip, Midsize, Black
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Johnson plays with the most popular golf grip for professionals, the Golf Pride Tour Velvet. Players note the grips offer the best feel and tackiness among the top-flight grips.

Since most professionals change their grips every week, they aren’t as concerned about durability, so these grips might be too soft and wear down too quickly for amateurs.

But players of all skill levels can benefit from playing with the Golf Pride Tour Velvet, especially if they want a high-grade grip that delivers exceptional performance.