Since leaving Callaway 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, and Cleveland gear in 2017, as well as a Bridgestone ball. The story of Patrick Reed’s golf clubs is unique and interesting.

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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 new Ping G400 LST driver.

He was using a Nike VR Pro Limited fairway wood which he was using back in his Nike days as it was released in late 2011 – but it appears he has switched to a Titleist TS2 fairway wood (pictured below)

Reed had also added a Titleist 716 T-MB driving iron in for 2018 and was pictured testing out a prototype iron from Honma, but we think he has since put a Ping G410 hybrid in the bag.

At the time, in addition to the Nike fairway, Reed also put a set of the company’s irons in the form of the VR Pro blades which were released in late 2010. These irons were in the bags of a number of Nike staffers before the company announced they were to stop making golf clubs in August 2016.

However, the Masters champion is no longer using his Nike irons, nor is he using his Callaway MB1’s at the moment. Instead it appears he has switched to some Titleist 718 MB’s as you can see below.

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° Titleist Vokey SM5 lob wedge.

Reed had been using the Odyssey White Hot Pro #3 for some time but now he has recently had a Scotty Cameron made up for him as you can see below.

Patrick Reed What’s In The Bag

Driver: Ping G400 LST 10° with an Aldila 70 Tour X shaft

Fairway: Titleist TS2

Hybrid: Ping G410

Irons: Titleist 718 MB (5-PW) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts

Wedges: Artisan (51 and 56°), Titleist Vokey SM5 (61°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts

Putter: Scotty Cameron Prototype

Ball: Srixon Z-Star

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

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