Since Nike stopped club production, Patrick Reed's equipment set-up has changed drastically.

Patrick Reed What’s In The Bag?

Patrick Reed switched his equipment a lot in 2018, here we take a look at what clubs he has in the bag for the 2019 season.

Reed has been in an equipment limbo for the last year or so, having tinkered with PXG, Bettinardi, Titleist, Callaway and Cleveland gear, as well as Bridgestone and Srixon balls. The story of Patrick Reed’s golf clubs is unique and interesting.

The American signed an apparel deal with Nike in January 2018 and that saw his equipment, bag, apparel and hat contracts with Callaway end. It took Reed back to Nike, where he was a staffer between turning pro in 2011 up until mid-2013.

The new deal has given him more freedom with his equipment, and he has been seen using a whole host of different gear on Tour this year, including a TaylorMade M3 driver, his old Callaway Great Big Bertha Alpha 816 DBD driver and a Ping G400 driver.

His fairway woods are also an ever-changing story too. He had been using the Nike VR Pro Limited for a long time before putting the Titleist TS2 and TaylorMade M6 models briefly in the bag. It appears he has gone back to the old trusty Nike fairway.

Reed has also been chopping and changing the hybrid/utility slot in his bag. In the past he has been spotted with driving irons from Titleist and Honma and he also has a Ping G410 hybrid in the bag for a while. Right now, the Callaway Apex has gone in the bag.

As you can see below he also tested the Titleist U500 iron too.

His irons are an interesting and developing story at the moment. Having used Nike VR Pro blades for a while, Reed then played a series of different offerings from Titleist and Callaway. He still has a Titleist T100 in the bag but he has changed the rest of his set for the 2020 season debuting a new set of irons for the Hero World Challenge.

The exact company and name of the irons will be named in January as Reed wanted to keep his cards close to his chest. Getting questions about the irons in The Bahamas, Reed simply said they were custom made and he can’t say the name of the company yet, with a slight grin on his face.

Reed has a set of Artisan Golf wedges. They’re made in Texas at Nike’s former ‘Oven’ facility by master clubmaker Mike Taylor and his team. The company make custom hand-crafted clubs and specifically say on their instagram page that they’re not sold in stores.

He has them in 51° and 56° and also carries a 61° TaylorMade Hi-Toe lob wedge.

Reed was using a Odyssey White Hot Pro #3 putter but at the 2019 Hero World Challenge he put a Scotty Cameron in the bag as you can see below.

He also switched his ball from a Srixon Z-Star XV for a Titleist Pro V1.

Patrick Reed What’s In The Bag

*Note – the top of his bag changes regularly.

Driver: Ping G400 10° with an Aldila Rogue Silver 70TX

Fairway: Nike VR Pro Limited

*Hybrid: Callaway Apex

*Driving Iron: Titleist U500 with an True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 AMT

Irons: Titleist T100, Custom irons (we will update with the exact name and model when they are announced).

Wedges: Artisan (51 and 56°), TaylorMade Hi-Toe (61°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts

Putter: Scotty Cameron Prototype

Ball: Titleist Pro V1

So there we have it. We’ll keep this page updated as it’s bound to change throughout the year.

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