We take a look at the gear Matt Fitzpatrick will use this upcoming 2019 season.

Matt Fitzpatrick What’s In The Bag?

Matt Fitzpatrick became the first player since Severiano Ballesteros to defend his Omega European Masters title last year. In 2017 he beat out Scott Hend in a play-off and once again the young Englishman had to go to extra holes to win the trophy in 2018, this time facing Dane Lucas Bjerregaard. Fitzpatrick triumphed thanks to birdie on the first extra hole.

In this piece we take a look at the clubs he will use to try and get back in the winners circle in 2019.

Fitzpatrick is a relatively unique player these days in the sense that he has no club contract so has the freedom to pick and choose whatever equipment he likes.

His driver is an older TaylorMade model, the M2 released back in 2017. He then carries a Titleist 917 3-wood and Ping G400 fairway wood with 20.5 degrees of loft.

Fitzpatrick using his Titleist 3-wood in Singapore (Getty Images)

He has been using Ping irons since turning professional and remains loyal with the brand, using a mixed set of i25 and i210’s.

He used to have a Ping Gorge gap wedge but has replaced that with a Titleist Vokey SM6 that acts as his pitching wedge. He also carries two Vokey SM5’s with 54 and 58 degrees of loft.

The 24-year-old uses a Yes! Tracy II putter which he has had in the bag since his amateur days.

He is a Titleist Pro V1x ball loyalist.

Matt Fitzpatrick What’s In The Bag?

Driver: 2017 TaylorMade M2

Fairway woods: Titleist 917, 15˚ (Aldila Tour Blue 75x shaft); Ping G400, 20.5˚ (GD DI 8-x shaft).

Irons: Ping i25 3-iron, Ping i210 4-9 (True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 Tour Issue shafts)

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM6 47° , Titleist Vokey SM5 54° & 58° (True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 Tour Issue shafts)

Putter: Yes! Tracy II

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x

One contract Fitzpatrick does have is with Under Armour, to wear their shoes, apparel and gloves.

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