Here we take a look at the equipment Phil Mickelson.

Phil Mickelson What’s In The Bag?

Phil Mickelson won his 44th PGA Tour win this week at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, a tournament he has now won a record-tying five times. Mickelson dominated the final days play producing a flawless round up to the point where darkness stopped play for the day. After returning to the final couple of holes on Monday, Mickelson then parred the 17th and birdied the last to shoot a 65 in the final round to win by three strokes over Paul Casey.

In this piece we take a look at what clubs the long time Callaway ambassador uses.

The five-time major champion is currently using Callaway’s Rogue Sub Zero driver along with a Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero fairway wood.

Mickelson uses the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero driver. (Photo by Robert Laberge/Getty Images)

The Sub Zero models help reduce his long game spin and produce a penetrating ball flight whereas the new Epic Flash woods by Callaway have been created with the help of a computer and Artificial Intelligence to design the face. To find out more on the new clubs and their innovative heads, click here.

He has also carried a Rogue hybrid this season.

Mickelson carries a variety of irons in his bag. He first has a Callaway X-Forged Utility iron which is his 3-iron, then a Calaway Epic Pro 4-iron and then a Callaway X-Forged 5-iron. Filling out the rest of the bag, from 6-PW, are Callaway Apex MB’s.

Mickelson playing his Callaway irons at The Open Championship (getty Images)

He has three Callaway Mack Daddy PM Grind wedges in 54°, 60° and 64° of loft.

The PM stands for Phil Mickelson because he helped design the wedges with Roger Cleveland.

They feature 39% more groove area to help golfers from tricky lies.

He putts with an Odyssey Versa #9 White and rolled it beautifully last season.

Related: Callaway Apex MB vs X Forged iron test

Mickelson used his Odyssey putter to great effect in California (Getty Images)

Lefty currently uses Callaway’s Chrome Soft X golf ball featuring Graphene – one of the strongest materials known to man.

The ‘X’ model delivers lower spin and firmer feel than the regular Chrome Soft for faster swinging players.

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Interestingly, he is using Callaway’s new triple track technology on his ball which is designed to help with alignment.

Phil Mickelson What’s In The Bag?

Driver: Callaway Rogue Sub Zero 9° with HZRDUS T110 shaft

3 wood: Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero, 13.5°, with Mitsubishi Fubuki J 80X shaft

3 iron: Callaway X Forged UT

4 iron: Callaway Epic Pro with KBS Tour V 125 shaft

5 iron: Callaway X Forged 18 with KBS Tour V 125 shaft

Irons (6-PW): Callaway Apex MB 18 with KBS Tour V 125 shafts

Wedges: Callaway Mack Daddy PM Grind 2.0 54°, 60° and 64° with KBS Tour V 125 shafts

Putter: Odyssey Versa #9 White

Ball: Callaway Chrome Soft X

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