Here we take a look at what clubs 2009 Open Champion Stewart Cink puts into the bag.

Stewart Cink What’s In The Bag?

Stewart Cink’s last win may have been at the 2009 Open Championship but he can clearly still play.

What clubs does the American put in his bag each week? Let’s take a look.

Previously a Nike staff player, Cink became an equipment free agent after the brand stopped making clubs in 2016. Over the next couple of years he would continue to play without an equipment contract but that changed at the beginning of this year as he signed a multi-year contract with Ping. He had been playing their clubs for a while but in January it became an official relationship.

The deal sees Cink play at least 11 Ping clubs. He started out by putting the G410 driver and fairway woods in the bag however he has since switched back to a G400 driver back in the bag. We believe the G410 fairways have stayed in the bag.

He uses Ping i25 irons which, excluding a four-iron, go from three-iron to the U-wedge – otherwise known as the gap wedge.

His wedges are Titleist Vokey SM7’s but we are yet to confirm what specific lofts he has. In the past he has had a 52, a 56 bent to 57, and then a 60 bent to 62 but it is unclear if this has continued to the present day.

Finally he has a Ping Sigma 2 Arna putter and a Titleist Pro V1 ball.

Stewart Cink What’s In The Bag?

Driver: Ping G400, 10.5 degrees with Graphite Design AD IZ-7X shaft

Fairways: Ping G410 14.5 degrees with Graphite Design AD IZ-8X shaft, Ping G410 19 degrees with Accra FX 360 M5 shaft

Irons: Ping i25 (3, 5-UW) with Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM7

Putter: Ping Sigma 2 Arna

Ball: Titleist Pro V1

Shoes: FootJoy Tour S

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