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What’s in Their Bags?

What’s in Their Bags?

What set of golf equipment does it take to bag the victory in major golf events? Let us find out by looking into what tools the recent winners had in their golf bags.

Zach Johnson, in his recent win at the Crowne Plaza Invitational PGA Tour used a Titleist 910D2 driver with a 9.5-degree Mitsubishi Diamana Blue Board 73x shaft. The 3-wood and 5-wood drivers he used are also from Titleist both matched with Fujikura shafts. A Titleist 909H hybrid club was also found in his bag while all of his irons are True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts, also from Titleist. The wedges and golf ball are also made by Titleist while his putter is an FGP2 stainless steel and he walked the greens using the FootJoy golf shoes.

Two from TaylorMade RocketBallz and one hybrid made by Mizuno made up Luke Donald’s golf drivers when he won the BMW PGA Championship in the European Tour. It is also worth noting that all of his irons and wedges are also all manufactured by Mizuno. His shafts, however, vary from Accra to Aldila to True Temper Dynamic Golf Tour Issue while the putter is an Odyssey White Hot XG #7. Using the same ball and golf shoes used by Johnson, he used the Titleist Pro Vx1 golf ball and FootJoy golf shoes, respectively.

Roger Chapman, on the other hand, used Titleist from his drivers to irons, putter, wedges and ball except the two hybrid drivers which are Adam Idea Pro a12 models. He was also seen wearing the FootJoy FJ Icon golf shoes when he won the Senior PGA Championship in the Champion Tour.

These golf champions used different equipment brands but all emerged winners. Regardless of the golf equipment brand they are using, one thing is certain, they are really great golfers who worked hard for their titles.

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