What Brands of Golf Clubs Do the PGA Pros Use?

By Patrick Cameron

So you want to play like a PGA pro. But don't think for a second that because you own a Titleist 915D2 driver that you're going to be bombing it over 300 yards down the middle of the fairway like Adam Scott. True, today's clubs have made the game more manageable and more sensational than ever before, but it takes more than just the name on the sole of a club to make the golfer. Either way, it can't hurt to hit what the pros hit.

Adam Scott

Adam Scott wears the Titleist endorsement and carries Titleist clubs in his bag including the 915D2 driver, 915F 3-wood, 716 T-MB 3-iron, 680 MB 3-9 irons, Vokey wedges and the Scotty Cameron Futura Rev X10 putter.

Bubba Watson

This two-time Masters Champion wears the Ping endorsement and carries Ping clubs including the G driver, G 3-wood, Ping S55 2-iron and 4-9 irons, Glide SS and TS wedges and the Anser Milled Anser 1 putter.

John Daly

John Daly is an interesting golfer, to put it mildly. His booming drives and erratic behavior make him a fan favorite and a sponsor nightmare all at the same time. Because of his penchant to not be the poster child for best behavior, John's bag changes out with incredible frequency. As of March 2016, John was using a TaylorMade R15 off the tee. For a fairway wood he carries a TaylorMade Aero Burner 3-wood and for his irons he is also carrying TaylorMade irons and wedges. On the short stuff, you'll see John displaying a Scotty Cameron putter.

Steve Stricker

Steve Stricker wears the Titleist name plastered to his forehead. Steve Stricker became the number one player on the PGA Tour in 2009, and has 12 career wins out of the 454 events played. As of March 2016, his bag featured a Titleist 909 D3 with an 8.5-degree loft and a UST Proforce V2 86 shaft. His fairway wood and hybrid were a Titleist 906 F2 with a 13-degree loft and a 909H with a 19-degree loft, respectively. His irons were 710s, his wedges were Vokeys and his putter was the one piece of equipment where he strayed away: an Odyssey White Hot #2.

Rickie Fowler

Rickie Fowler has been making his recent wins with Cobra clubs including a King LTD driver, a Fly-Z 3-wood, a King driving 2-iron and King Pro MD for his 4-9 irons. He also carried 52-, 57- and 62-degree Trusty Rusty wedges as well as the Scotty Cameron Newport 2 putter.

Rory McIlroy

Rory McIlroy carries Nike clubs in his bag including a Vapor Fly driver, Vapor Speed 3- and 5-woods, VR Pro Blades for his 4-9 irons, and VR Forged 46-, 52- and 56-degree wedges with a 59-degree Engage wedge and a Method Origin putter.

Phil Mickelson

Phil Mickelson carries Callaway clubs in his bag including the X Hot Pro 3Deep fairway woods, Apex Hybrids and Utility Irons, Apex Pro 16 irons, and Mack Daddy PM-Grind wedges.

Hideki Matsuyama

Hideki Matsuyama uses several brands in his bag. Matsuyama uses a Srixon ZR-30 driver, a TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 3-wood, and a Honma Tour Watch TWT27 Hybrid. For irons, Matsuyama uses Srixon Z945 and Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 wedges. In his bag you will find a Titleist Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS. 


About The Author

Patrick Cameron is a freelance writer with 10 years of diverse experience in consumer goods branding, promotions and retail communications. He works out of his home in Denver, Colo. He received his Bachelor of Arts in mass communication from the University of Minnesota.


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