We take a look at the equipment Tommy Fleetwood uses.
Tommy Fleetwood What’s In The Bag?
Let’s take a look at the equipment Tommy Fleetwood uses…
After a long time using a full bag of Nike gear, even after the company stopped making clubs in August 2016, Fleetwood has changed it up a bit.
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The Southport man has no equipment contract, barring a Titleist ball deal, so has the freedom to use what he chooses.
Last year Fleetwood used both the M5 and M6 drivers before switching to a SIM. However right now he has put a brand new Titleist TSi3 driver in the bag.
Fleetwood’s fairway wood situation is an odd one and seems to be changing regularly at the moment. He had been using Nike’s Vapor Fly model but he has since tested the Titleist TS3, Ping G410, and also a Ping G425 7-wood too.
Right now though it appears he has gone for a Titleist TSi2 model as his three and seven-woods. He then carries a TaylorMade M6 five-wood.
Fleetwood also added TaylorMade’s new GAPR LO utility iron into his bag on more than one occasion. At the moment we believe he is carrying one with a graphite shaft and one with a steel shaft and will probably do some testing to decide which one is best to put into play.
Fleetwood has been spotted using TaylorMade irons, the P-7TW prototypes for a while now and after going back to his Nikes briefly, it appears as if he has stuck a set of TaylorMade TF-Proto’s in. Additionally he also has a Srixon Z785 model 4-iron and 5-iron.
Fleetwood had been using a set of Titleist Vokey’s, but right now he has put three Callaway Jaws MD5 Raw wedges in there instead. They are fitted with Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts.
He had been using an Odyssey 2-ball prototype but at Bay Hill he switched back to his Odyssey #3 White Hot Pro putter.
He also uses with the Titleist Pro V1 ball and wears Nike apparel.
Tommy Fleetwood What’s In The Bag?
Note – The exact configuration of Fleetwood’s bag changes dependent on conditions, tournament, course etc.
Driver: Titleist TSi3, (10.5 degrees at 8.5) with a Fujikura Ventus Black 7 X shaft
Three-wood: Titleist TSi2 (15 degrees at 14.25) with Fujikura Ventus Black 7 X shaft
Five-wood: TaylorMade M6 (19 degrees at 18) with a Mitsubishi Kuro Kage XTS 80 TX shaft
Seven-wood: Titleist TSi2 (21 degrees) with Fujikura Ventus Black 8X shaft
*Utility: TaylorMade GAPR Lo 18.5 degrees with Project X 6.5 shaft
Irons: Srixon Z785 (4-5), TaylorMade TF Prototypes (6-9) all with Project X 6.5 shafts.
Wedges: Callaway Jaws MD5 Raw (48-10S at 47, 52-10S, 60-08T) all with True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shafts
Putter: Odyssey #3 White Hot Pro
Ball: Titleist Pro V1
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Garmin Approach S60 GPS Watch
£399.99 £299.99 at American Golf
If you are in the market for a GPS watch then Garmin make some of the best. This S60 is a case in point. It looks fantastic and has over 40,000 courses loaded onto it, you can use it’s drag-and-drop functionality to measure distances, hazards, and move pin positions. It can also be used to monitor runs, swims and bike rides for great additional value.
Callaway Chrome Soft X Golf Balls
$47.99 $39.99 with Worldwide Golf Shops
A model that proves popular out on Tour, the ball is constructed with an improved urethane cover which delivers increased ball speed on full shots. Right now you can get $8 off on the Chrome Soft X balls if you want firmer feel and lower spin with the driver.
Stewart Golf R1-S Push Cart
$540 $229.99 with Rock Bottom Golf
Stewart Golf has improved its R1 Push cart with this R1-S model. During testing we thought the folding mechanism worked excellently and the ease of use when walking and pushing it makes it one of the best golf carts around. Add a splash of colour and a huge saving and you have a winner.
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