Scottie Scheffler What’s in the bag?
Scottie Scheffler What’s in the bag?
Since turning pro in 2018, Scottie Scheffler has climbed the rankings incredibly quickly, earning the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year honors in 2020, as well as a Ryder Cup berth at Whistling Straits in 2021. .
As he continues to build a career in the game, we take a look at the clubs he currently uses on the PGA Tour.
Ping G425 LST
After using the Ping G400 driver for a while, the American switched to the new G425 LST at the end of 2021. The change obviously had some effect, as Scheffler finished in the top 40 on a number of stats. driving distance, such as Strokes Gained off the tee and driving distance.
Nike VR Pro
What sets Scheffler’s bag apart is its variety, not only in terms of brands, but also in relation to the variety of old and new clubs in its setup. His Nike VR Pro three wood is a good example.
Released in 2011, Scheffler actually used three-wood for 10 years before disaster struck at the 2021 Sentry Tournament of Champions. By hitting bullets on the range, his three-wood lucky charm was released. is cracked, forcing his wife to take clubs out of their house and bring them to the shooting range.
“I used it the entire time I turned pro, most of my senior year, and pretty much all of high school. I haven’t used it for two or three years there. I was able to bring it down quite easily and it was smoother than the new three woods and for me that is important. When I wanted to hit him far, I just pulled him up a little higher and hit him higher on the face, “said the American.
Speaking at the time, he put a Callaway Mavrik design in the bag, however, Scheffler quickly found another Nike VR Pro model as he played the Open Championship 2021 with one in the bag. Since then, he has been playing with this wood for three.
Srixon Z U85 / Srixon Z785 / TaylorMade P7TW
Once again we see some variety in the bag, this time in Scheffler’s iron layout. Comprised of two different Srixon irons – a three-iron Srixon Z U85 and a four-iron Srixon Z785, the set of irons is completed by the TaylorMade P7TW irons (five-iron – pitching wedge), the irons that pay homage to the sincere collaboration of Tiger Woods and TaylorMade Golf.
Titleist Vokey SM8
Currently the American has three cleats in his bag, all three being Titleist Vokey SM8s with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts. That being said, it looks like a 60 degree Artisan goes in and out of the setup as well.
Speaking to PGA Tour.com about their Artisan Golf 60-degree wedge, Scheffler said; “It’s a design by Mike Taylor. He’s the guy who used to grind Nike platform shoes and I still love working with him.
Scotty Cameron Super Rat I
The latest club in Scheffler’s bag is the Scotty Cameron Super Rat I. Scotty Cameron is arguably the best putters in the game and with the flat stick in hand, the American has placed 10th on average for the 2020 season / 21 on the PGA Tour, with an average of 1.719. .
Titleist Pro V1
Scheffler has been using Titleist Pro V1 for several years. Considered the best golf ball in the sport, they feature a softer molded urethane elastomer coating and a lower spinning, faster housing layer for consistent flight and spin.
Worn by some of the world’s most recognized athletes, Scheffler has been involved with Nike since he was at the University of Texas. After the brand stopped making clubs in 2016, it only focused on clothing, with famous models like the Nike Air Max recently transferred to the golf course.
Driver: Ping G425 LST, (8.5 degrees to 7.75) with Fujikura Atmos Black Tour Spec 7 X stem
Fairway: Nike VR Pro Limited, (13.5 degrees) with Fujikura Atmos Black Tour Spec 8 X
Usefulness: Srixon Z U85 (3 iron) with Nippon Pro Modus3 Hybrid Tour X handle
Irons: Srixon Z785 (4), TaylorMade P7TW (5-PW), True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 Shafts
Corners: Titleist Vokey SM8 (50-12F, 56-14F, 60-A) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shanks
Putter: Scotty Cameron Super Rat I
Ball: Titleist Pro V1