We take a look inside the bag of South African 2011 Masters Champion Charl Schwartzel.

Charl Schwartzel What’s In The Bag?

Thanks to his 2011 Masters win in which he birdied the final four holes to beat Australians Jason Day and Adam Scott, Charl Schwartzel will always be remembered as a Masters champion.

But what clubs does he use right now on Tour? We take a look below.

Schwartzel had been a PXG staff player and all his clubs were made by the brand but things appear to have changed in 2020.

His driver is now a TaylorMade M5.

His fairway situation is an interesting one because he did have a PXG model in the bag and had shown a liking ti the TS2 form Titleist. However it appears he has gone back to an old Nike VR Pro fairway wood.

Shifting to the irons he did carry a couple of different models of PXG iron however he has swapped those out for some Miura prototypes that are rare to say the least. He was also spotted with some Honma TW747 V irons in the bag in South Africa so they appear to be changing regularly at the moment.

He uses three PXG wedges, two of which are Sugar Daddy models with 51 and 55 degrees of loft, and he also carries a Zulu with 62 degrees of loft.

In regards to putter he had been using a TaylorMade Spider but has recently switched to a PXG Prototype which is no doubt one of the oddest clubs on Tour. Reportedly it is known as the BackStryke.

Interestingly Schwartzel signed a ball deal with a company called Clear Sports which is a Florida-based company. He also signed a hat and bag deal with it too.

Charl Schwartzel What’s In The Bag?

*Note – Schwartzel has had a Titleist TS2 fairway in the bag in 2019 but we are yet to confirm if it is still in the bag at the moment.

Driver: TaylorMade M5, 10.5 degrees with Fujikura 661TR Speeder X

Fairway: Nike VR Pro with Fujikura 661TR Speeder TX

Irons: Honma TW 747V and Miura prototypes

Wedges: PXG 0311 Milled Grind Sugar Daddy 51° and 55° and PXG 0311T Zulu wedge 62° all with Dynamic Gold S400 shafts

Putter: PXG Prototype (BackStryke)

Ball: Clear Sports

Shoes: FootJoy

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