With one of the more engaging personalities on the PGA Tour plus a wickedly good swing, Max Homa has gained quite the following over the past couple of years as one of the brightest young golfers in the world.
After struggling to get to the PGA Tour from the Korn Ferry Tour, Homa finally got his PGA Tour card in 2019. Later that year, he won his first PGA tournament with the Wells Fargo Championship.
In 2023, Max Homa cracked the top five of the Official World Golf Rankings after his win at the 2023 Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.
Along with earning a spot on this year’s USA Ryder Cup team roster, Homa’s six career PGA Tour titles, including victories at the Genesis Invitational and Fortinet Championship, have cemented his place as one of the top golfers in America.
In this deep dive into Max Homa’s bag, I’ll take a look at his winning combination of golf clubs, shafts, and accessories he trusts week in and week out on the PGA Tour.
Max Homa WITB 2023
What’s in Max Homa’s Bag? Here’s a rundown:
Titleist TSR3 (10 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei 1K Black 65 TX
To attack the tee box, you’ll find a Titleist TSR3 driver in Max Homa’s bag. Featuring a Tensei Black 65 TX shaft from Mitsubishi, the Ryder Cup golfer takes advantage of the driver’s precision to create workable drives with maximum distance and high launch.
The driver features a five-option SureFit Adjustable CG Track System, allowing Max Homa to customize his settings to the ideal location. The sophistication of the driver delivers consistency and reliability to the 32-year-old Ryder Cup golfer.
The Titleist TSR3 also delivers penetrating flight with healthy rollout, helping Homa get every yard possible out of his drives.
Titleist TSR2+ (14.5 degrees)
Shaft: Fujikura Ventus TR Red 8 X
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The Titleist TSR2+ 3-wood utilizes a lightweight carbon crown to generate fast ball speed for Max Homa.
The wood’s ability to launch it high with minimal spin results in long, penetrating flight that helps Homa with accuracy.
The TSR2+ gives Homa a forgiving, versatile fairway wood he can count on for distance off the tee and pinpoint long approaches.
Titleist TSR2 (21 degrees)
Shaft: Fujikura Ventus Red 9 X
The Titleist TSR2 5-wood provides Max Homa with both distance and forgiveness thanks to its innovative features and design.
The Titleist fairway woods offer a low, deep CG that helps Homa launch it high with lower spin for optimum carry. Combined with the Ventus Red 9 X shaft, the SureFit hosel delivers adjustability to dial in preferred ball flight.
It’s the perfect fairway wood for Homa to hit bomber tee shots, like Rory McIlroy, or go for par 5s in two.
Titleist T200 (3), Titleist T100S (4), Titleist 620 (5-9)
Shafts: KBS Tour Hybrid 105 X (3), KBS S Taper 130 X (4-9)
When it comes to the most important area of the Max Homa WITB, the Ryder Cup participant turns to the Titleist T100, T200, and 620 CB irons.
For his 3-iron, Homa likes the forgiveness of the T200 by Titleist, while the T100S 4-iron offers a nice mix of distance and accuracy.
Forged from carbon steel, the Titleist 620 CB irons offer Max Homa, a healthy amount of feel, and optimal shot control. The compact blade length design provides workability and precision, while the cambered sole allows smooth turf interaction.
For Homa, the buttery feel, consistent distance control, and the ability to fly and shape shots make the 620 CB set worthy of his world-class performance.
Max Homa uses the KBS Taper 130 X shaft in his irons to produce the stunning swing speed he’s become known for on the PGA Tour.
Titleist Vokey Design SM9
Shafts: KBS S Taper 130g (P) KBS HI-REV 2.0 135 X (G,S), KBS HI-REV 2.0 125 X (L)
Vokey’s SM9 wedges deliver optimized spin, feel, and versatility through razor-sharp grooves and precisely formulated clubheads.
The 46° gap wedge provides versatility with fuller bounce for approach shots and chipping. The 50° adds mid-bounce for fuller shots from varied lies.
The 56° sand wedge utilizes high bounce for bunker shots and steep angles of attack, something Max Homa loves using to get the golf ball close to the pin.
Finally, the 60° lob wedge features low bounce for open-face finesse shots with maximum spin. Vokey offers endless personalization and sole grinds to perfectly match playing style and conditions.
From full swings to finesse shots, the Titleist Vokey wedge lineup gives Max Homa complete control over his short game.
Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 Prototype
Max uses a Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 prototype for his putter. The mallet features advanced multi-material construction with a stainless steel body and lightweight aluminum wings for optimal balance.
The wings feature removable weights, allowing players like Max to dial in the perfect balance for their stroke.
The face incorporates the improved roll technology of Scotty Cameron putters for consistent speed across the face. The sightline and alignment aid, along with the stepped steel shaft, provide the visual feedback Max wants.
For the 2023 U.S.A. Ryder Cup team member, the Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5, provides stability, alignment, and pure roll, giving tour pros confidence on the greens.
Titleist Pro V1
For good reason, the Titleist Pro V1 is the #1 ball on tour. Its multi-component construction provides the combination of distance, feel, and control that other tour players like Max Homa demand.
The high-velocity core of the Titleist Pro V1 generates fast ball speed for distance, while the soft urethane cover promotes a great feel around the greens. The spherically-tiled 352 tetrahedral dimple design delivers a consistent, penetrating trajectory even in the wind.
The Drop-and-Stop greenside control of the Titleist Pro V1 golf ball allows Max to dial in approach shots. With exceptional durability, it’s easy to see why the 2022 Wells Fargo Championship winner chooses the Pro V1 for its total performance from tee to green.
Golf Pride Tour Velvet
The Tour Velvet grip from Golf Pride is a top choice for many PGA Tour professionals, including Max Homa. Made with a soft rubber material infused with fiber, it provides exceptional feel and comfort while maintaining durability.
The velvet texture helps absorb vibration and provides a stable, non-slip surface for consistent swings. They’re slightly larger, requiring only one wrap under the grip cap for installation. This helps relieve hand tension.
For Max Homa and his six PGA Tour titles, the soft feel and tackiness provide the feedback he wants while minimizing grip pressure for smooth, rhythmic swings.
The Tour Velvet offers the 2023 Farmers Insurance Open champion an ideal blend of feel, control, and durability.