Tommy Fleetwood What’s In The Bag? 2024 Update

Here we take a look at the clubs Tommy Fleetwood uses including TaylorMade woods and irons.

Tommy Fleetwood What's In The Bag?
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Tommy Fleetwood What's In The Bag?

There are few more popular golfers in the world right now than Tommy Fleetwood. The man from Southport has a big following across Europe due to his Ryder Cup exploits but he is also well liked across the pond. Despite being one of the best ball strikers in the game, Fleetwood is still chasing his first Major victory and will be hoping that 2024 is his year. 

He started the new season with a bang by winning the Dubai Invitational and will be looking to build on that as the year progresses.  Fleetwood is a TaylorMade staff player and features prominently in most of their promotional videos due to his affable nature and relatability.

Most of his bag is TaylorMade gear but he does have a Titleist Vokey wedge and an Odyssey putter. He plays a TaylorMade TP5X Pix golf ball and has an apparel deal with Nike.


What Driver Does Tommy Fleetwood Use?

Photo of the Taylormade Qi10 LS driver

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Starting at the top of the bag Fleetwood has recently put the new TaylorMade Qi10 LS driver into play. This is a driver also favoured by Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy and its low spinning nature makes it one of the best drivers for low handicap golfers. 

Fleetwood's model is fitted with a Fujikura Ventus TR Blue 6 X shaft. Interestingly, Fleetwood also carries the 13.5 degree TaylorMade BRNR Mini Driver in the bag too (he usually has it adjusted to 13 degrees of loft) and the same Ventus Blue shaft as his driver. Carrying two drivers is not common on tour, but Fleetwood is more comfortable using the BRNR off the tee than a 3-wood.

“For me, if I HAD to hit a fairway, I’m more comfortable hitting a driver than a 3-wood” he said. “I would tee the driver down, and I would hit a little cut, or a neck-y cut in the fairway. The 3-wood isn’t for that. The 3-wood, generally, is a pretty hot club that I’ll hit from 270 or 280 in the fairway on a par 5.

“You get some courses where a 3-wood is not always that necessary. With the BRNR you put a normal swing on it, and it goes a little shorter than a driver, and I’m more comfortable hitting it straight. It’s a replacement for a 3-wood basically.” 

“You can still hit it off the ground, and it goes a very similar distance to a 3-wood. It spins enough. It’s not a deep enough face where it’s so far off the bottom that the ball doesn’t rise. So you get a pretty decent strike, enough to get in the air. It’s a big-head 2-wood really"


What Fairway Woods Does Tommy Fleetwood Use?

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While the BRNR replaces his 3-wood, Fleetwood still usually carries two fairway woods in the shape of a Qi10 5 wood (18°) and also a 7 wood (24°) which he rotates in and out of his bag with a 3 iron depending on course set up and conditions. These replace the TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus fairway woods he had in the bag last year. His shaft of choice for his fairway woods is the Mitsubishi Kuro Kage 80 XTS X.

The TaylorMade Qi10 fairway wood is the middle option of the three in the range, offering a mid spin and launch profile as well as a fixed hosel, versus the lower spinning Qi10 Tour fairway wood which features both loft and sliding weight adjustability to really dial in the ball flight. For a more forgiving fairway wood we would suggest the Qi10 Max version.


What Irons Does Tommy Fleetwood Use?

TaylorMade P7TW Irons

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For a while Fleetwood had been switching between the TaylorMade P7TW and P7TF's, however he has now settled on the former, which go from 4 iron down to pitching wedge. Interestingly, these irons were designed specifically for Tiger Woods but they clearly also suit Fleetwood’s game as he too is a flusher when it comes to his irons. These are irons for low handicap golfers and will not suit those who need more forgiveness in their irons.

All of his current set have Project X 6.5 shafts and depending on conditions he will sometimes switch out his 7 wood for a P7TW 3 iron.


What Wedges Does Tommy Fleetwood Use?

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Because of the extra clubs he carries at the top end of the bag, Fleetwood only has room for two wedges. One of those is a TaylorMade Hi-Toe 3 (52°) while the second is a Titleist Vokey Design WedgeWorks Prototype in a 60° model. Both are fitted with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts.

Most Tour Pros carry three or even four wedges so Fleetwood values versatility, and in our testing we found the Hi-Toe 3 wedges to be brilliantly balanced wedge with a high centre of gravity for easy trajectory and distance control. The raised micro-ribs positioned between the grooves produce brilliant levels of spin, while the hi-toe shape delivers forgiveness on short shots in particular, making these some of the best wedges for chipping as well as being among the best golf wedges for spin control in wet conditions.


What Putter Does Tommy Fleetwood Use?

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If the Southport man has an area of weakness in his game then most you say it is his putting. As a result of this he changes putters more than some of his peers but he has been using an Odyssey White Hot Pro 3 with a SuperStroke Mid Slim 2.0 grip for a little while now, so we’ll see if it sticks throughout 2024. Odyssey putters set the standard and the White Hot Pro 3 would be regarded as one of the best blade putters around.


TaylorMade TP5X Pix Golf Balls

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What Golf Ball Does Tommy Fleetwood Use?

He also uses the TaylorMade TP5x Pix golf ball with the number 19, which helped him solve an alignment issue at the tail-end of 2021. Before Fleetwood tried the ball, TaylorMade Tour rep Adrian Rietveld told him about the overall design and the benefits Pix could provide compared to the standard TP5x. “He actually didn’t know exactly how Pix worked,” Rietveld said to “He thought it was just triangles that went end-over-end when you hit the ball. Once he learned those triangles can actually help you when lining up, it was a bit of a eureka moment.”

“He had a bunch of questions for me about the ball, and it wasn’t just about the Pix design,” Rietveld said. “He wanted to know if it was the exact same ball as the TP5x he was using, as well as where it was manufactured. He’s very exacting when it comes to his testing and wants to make sure certain variables are the same to get an accurate test.”


What Shoes Does Tommy Fleetwood Wear?

Tommy Fleetwood Shoes

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It is important for golfers to have the best shoes and like many of the game's top players, Fleetwood has an apparel deal with Nike. He wore the Nike Air Max 90G shoes for a long time, before switching to the Nike Tiger Woods '13 shoes in 2023. He usually wears the white colorway but they also come in black as well. we rate this particular model among the very best Nike golf shoes


What Golf Watch Does Tommy Fleetwood Wear?

tag heuer golf edition watch

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Additionally Fleetwood wears a Tag Heuer Connected Modular Golf Edition watch too. Obviously he does not use during competition but if he was allowed he would be able to get seamless shot measurement and use the stunning display. The graphics are brilliant and it’s easy to track shots and input data thanks to the extra buttons.

Tommy Fleetwood WITB: Full Specs

*Note - The exact configuration of Fleetwood's bag changes dependent on conditions, tournament, course etc.

Driver: TaylorMade Qi10 LS, 9 degrees, Fujikura Ventus TR Blue 6 X shaft

Mini driver: TaylorMade BRNR Mini Driver, 12 degrees, Fujikura Ventus TR Blue 6 X shaft

Five-wood: TaylorMade Qi10 Fairway, 18 degrees, Mitsubishi Kuro Kage 80 XTS X

*Seven-wood: TaylorMade Qi10 Fairway, 18 degrees, Mitsubishi Kuro Kage 80 XTS X

Irons: TaylorMade P7TW (3-PW) all with Project X 6.5 shafts

Wedges: TaylorMade Hi-Toe 3 Wedge (52), Titleist Vokey Design WedgeWorks Proto (60) both with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts

Putter: Odyssey White Hot Pro 3

Ball: TaylorMade TP5x Pix #19

Apparel: Nike

Golf Watch: TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 Golf Edition GPS

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