It’s hard to argue that there’s a hotter golfer on the planet than Scottie Scheffler. With five career PGA Tour victories, including his recent second straight WM Phoenix Open championship.
After joining TaylorMade, Scheffler credited his new golf equipment as one of the primary reasons behind his success.
“I’ve worked with TaylorMade’s team on Tour for multiple seasons, and their commitment to getting the right equipment in my bag was a driving force in joining Team TaylorMade,” Scottie said in a press release.
After qualifying for the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits, Scheffler won four tournaments in two months at the start of 2022, including the Masters and the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, his first major victory as a member of the PGA Tour signaled a new force in the game of golf had arrived.
In this Scottie Scheffler WITB article, we’ll take a closer look at the TaylorMade equipment, and various other clubs, that’s made him one of the longest and most accurate drivers of the golf ball on the professional circuit.
What’s in Scottie Scheffler’s Bag?
TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus+
Shaft: Fujikura Ventus Black 7 X
Scottie Scheffler uses the new TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus driver off the tee box. Built for speed, Scottie loves the reliability of the Stealth 2 Plus driver behind the adjustable loft sleeve and sliding weight located behind the face.
Delivering top shelf forgiveness, Scottie has raved about keeping shots in the fairway even when the strike point moves toward the toe.
For Scheffler, the Stealth 2 Plus driver comes equipped with the Fujikura Ventus Black 7 X, a powerful extra-stiff shaft that packs a punch and maximizes distance.
Already in 2023, Scheffler has won the Phoenix Open with the Stealth 2 Plus driver in his bag.
TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus Fairway
Shaft: Fujikura Ventus Black 8 X
Offering maximum workability and customization, the Stealth 2 Plus fairway utilizes a sliding 50-gram weight along the rear of the club head to create the desired shot height.
Featuring a Fujikura Ventus Black 8 X shaft, Scheffler uses the Stealth 2 clubs off the tee and from the fairway. The wood also comes with an adjustable loft sleeve that adds and subtracts even more loft from the face.
Srixon ZU85 (3-4) & TaylorMade P7TW (5-PW)
Shafts: Nippon Pro Modus3 Hybrid Tour X & True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100
Primarily, Scheffler uses the TaylorMade P7TW irons with a True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shaft.
The P7TW offers a milled grind sole that delivers consistent turf interaction, along with a longer blade, thin topline, and progressive face height that gets larger throughout the irons.
While the P7TW are special order only, amateurs can play a similar set of irons from TaylorMade without the hassle of reaching out to the company.
The TaylorMade P-7MC irons deliver tour-level shot shaping and the forged feel that creates handcrafted shots that reach the target.
Scheffler also uses Srixon ZU85 driving irons to control ball flight off the tee box with the Nippon Pro Modus3 shafts.
Titleist Vokey SM8 (50, 54-degree) & Titleist Vokey Design Wedgeworks (60-degree)
Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400
In his bag, Scottie Scheffler plays with the Titleist Vokey SM8 wedges. Generating a ton of spin around the greens, Scheffler’s short game has long held firm behind the power and creativity of the Vokey wedges.
The True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts also keep shots from flying too high off the face, allowing Scheffler to better control his entry shots into the green with the Titleist Vokey Design wedges.
One of the most popular wedges in the world, the Vokey SM8 wedges provide a softness to mid-range shots that give Scheffler the confidence to attack the pin.
Scotty Cameron Special Select Timeless Tourtype GSS Prototype
When it comes to playing the best putter on the market, Scheffler, like so many PGA Tour pros, plays with the Scotty Cameron Special Select Timeless Tourtype GSS prototype putter.
Although Scheffler’s is a prototype, it doesn’t stray far from the Special Select Newport 2 that amateurs can play at their local course.
Along the face, Cameron has milled the contact area to allow the putt to begin without hopping or bouncing. Instead, golfers like Scheffler receive a true roll to the cup.
Anchored by two stationary weights along the sole to provide a better balance during the stroke, the Scotty Cameron putter also looks great in the bag.
Titleist Pro V1
Scheffler plays with the Titleist Pro V1 golf ball because of its lower spin and penetrating flight. Since he loves playing the ball with lower launch, the Pro V1 helps minimize rotation, providing better control on shots with his Srixon long irons and TaylorMade short irons.
Compared to the Pro V1x, the Pro V1 has a softer feel with a steep landing angle that stops cold on the putting surface. For Scottie Scheffler, the Pro V1 limits spin while allowing him to shape shots in either direction.
Golf Pride Tour Velvet
Tour Velvet, the best grip that Golf Pride offers, delivers superior tackiness and grip to professional golfers like Scottie Scheffler. The Dallas native uses the Tour Velvet throughout his bag, including on all his irons and woods.
Made with a non-slip surface pattern, the Golf Pride Tour Velvet grips also offer a consistent appearance with the double rings at the top and bottom of the grip.
Nike Air Zoom Tiger Woods
Although he no longer plays with Nike wedges or the Nike VR Pro driver, Scheffler still wears the company’s world-class Tiger Woods Air Zoom shoe when hitting balls.
With a classic design and premium comfort, the Tiger Woods golf shoe also offers exceptional traction when swinging the golf club with maximum velocity.