Bernd Wiesberger What's In The Bag?

Take a look at the equipment used by seven-time European Tour winner Bernd Wiesberger

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Bernd Wiesberger What's In The Bag?

There was a time when Austrian Bernd Wiesberger was a regular feature of the worlds top-50 golfers in the world, however injuries throughout the 2018 season saw him drop all the way down to 378th in the world. But he won three times in 2019 at the Italian Open, Made in Denmark and then Scottish Open, and has since returned to the top of the game. The Austrian now has eight European Tour wins so let's take a look inside his bag.

Bernd Wiesberger What's In The Bag?

Driver

Titleist TSi3

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The Austrian has been a Titleist staff member for a while now with every single club in the bag being a model from the brand. Starting with the driver he uses a Titleist TSi3 (opens in new tab) and it has 8.5 degrees of loft. The TSi3 is probably the most used TSi model out on Tour at the moment because it sits in the gap between TSi2 (more forgiving), and TSi4 (most compact head of the range). Titleist made significant improvements in many different areas to make the TSi3 a model that would suit different players. Yes it has a compact look at address, but there is also varied adjustability and extra forgiveness on offer as well.

Fairway

Titleist TSi2

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Next up Wiesberger uses a Titleist TSi2 fairway wood (opens in new tab) with 13.5 degrees of loft. Again, the TSi3 driver and TSi2 fairway wood is a popular setup out on Tour at the moment with players like Paul Casey (opens in new tab) and Ian Poulter (opens in new tab) using it. A club that nearly got five stars in our review; one of the first things we noticed with the TSi2 was the consistency of the flight. Inevitably with fairway woods, which are often the hardest clubs in the bag to hit well, the strike locations tend to be more inconsistent. And yet, with the TSi2, the resulting distances and flights were impressively predictable. 

Hybrid

Titleist 818H2

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Then, instead of a five-wood, Wiesberger uses a 17 degree 818H2 hybrid. It has been in the bag for a few years now and he hasn't shown any willingness to change, indicating just how much he trusts the club and its performance. 

Irons

Titleist T100, Titleist 620 CB, Titleist 620 MB

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Currently he is one of the many players who have a combo set of irons in the bag but instead of just the two different sets of irons he actually uses three different models. First he has a Titleist T100 (opens in new tab) three-iron. He then carries the Titleist 620 CBs from the four to six-iron, then from the seven to nine-iron he carries the 620 MB irons. He has also occasionally carried a Titleist T200 (opens in new tab) Utility iron as well but we can assume this comes in and out of the setup depending on the golf course and conditions. 

Wedges

Titleist Vokey SM8

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Like most Titleist staff players, Wiesberger has a set of Titleist Vokey SM8 wedges (opens in new tab) in the bag. Interestingly, instead of carrying a pitching wedge as part of his iron set, he uses a 46 degree SM8, and then his next two wedges have 53 and 59 degrees of loft. The three wedge setup is very common out on Tour because it allows enough versatility and distance gapping without having to compromise on clubs at the top end of the bag. 

Putter

Scotty Cameron T5W Prototype

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Finally, after briefly using a Scotty Cameron blade prototype, he has now gone back to his trusty Scotty Cameron T5W Prototype. It is a model very similar to the one Justin Thomas uses but Wiesberger's has a Two Thumb grip instead. It is sand blasted and has a duller finish whilst it also has a solid sound off the face which Wiesberger has said he likes.  

Ball

Titleist Pro V1

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He also uses a Titleist Pro V1 ball (opens in new tab). Wiesberger has occasionally switched between the Pro V1 and Pro V1x (opens in new tab) but right now the former is part of his setup. The Austrian only uses high numbers on his golf balls as he usually likes to use a golf ball with a '5' on for Thursday's and then go up to '8' on Sunday's. He also does this to make his ball stand out from other professionals who use the Pro V1 golf ball. 

Full Specs

Driver: Titleist TSi3, 8.5°, Aldila RIP 75 TX Prototype shaft.

3 wood: Titleist TSi2, 13.5°, Graphite Design Tour AD IZ 8 TX shaft.

Hybrid: Titleist 818 H2, 17°, Fujikura Motore Speeder 9.8 TX shaft.

Irons: Titleist T100 (3), Titleist 620 CB (4-6), Titleist 620 MB (7-9), all fitted with Nippon NS Pro Modus3 Tour 120X shafts.

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM8 46°, 53°,  59°, Nippon NS Pro Modus3 Tour 120X shafts.

Putter: Scotty Cameron T5W Prototype

Ball: Titleist Pro V1

Apparel & Footwear: FootJoy