Brooke Henderson What's In The Bag?

We take a look inside the bag of immensely successful LPGA player Brooke Henderson.

Brooke Henderson What's In The Bag?
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Brooke Henderson What's In The Bag?

Henderson became the most successful Canadian golfer to play on the PGA and LPGA Tours in 2019 after she collected her ninth professional tournament victory at the Meijer LPGA Classic. She has gone on to win three more times on the LPGA including her 2nd Major title at the 2022 Amundi Evian Championship. What does she put in her bag out on Tour? Let's take a look.

Brooke Henderson What's In The Bag?


Ping G400

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Henderson uses a full set of Ping clubs at the moment and a Titleist ball. She starts with a Ping G400 driver and she has had this model in the bag for a while now and has shown no inclination to change. Interestingly, Henderson had been using a 48-inch driver for most of her career but this changed in 2022 because the USGA and R&A made available a model local rule which restricts driver length to 46 inches. Although she didn’t know if the LPGA Tour would adopt the rule, Henderson decided to change. Speaking back in March she said about replacing her old club; 

“I was going to use the 48 [inch driver] up until I couldn't anymore. I'm going to miss it, but definitely excited moving forward. I feel like I have a solid driver in the bag, and hopefully it'll do the job.”


Ping G400 Stretch, Ping G400

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Interestingly Henderson has not put the G425 woods in the bag yet as she has continued to use the G400 range in the fairway wood sections as well. She carries a Ping G400 with 14 degrees of loft and then a Ping G400 Stretch with 18 degrees of loft. We are unsure of whether she has any plans to switch to newer models in the future but given he success with these clubs, she may continue to use the older models.


Ping G425


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Henderson then decides to use a Ping G425 hybrid with 26 degrees of loft. Generating high ball speeds, it features Ping’s Facewrap design technology that works across the crown and sole of the club promoting an easy launch and longer shots. In our testing we liked the three little dots that act as an alignment aid, and, like all things Ping, the feel off the face is brilliant and extremely easy to hit.


Ping i210

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Then, in the irons she has Ping i210's from five-iron to U-Wedge. The i210 provides improvements across the board over i200. We found it to be easier to hit well, which improved our distance and accuracy, while the feel and look has also improved. This iron is ideal for the better player who wants the extra forgiveness a cavity back iron provides over a muscleback, but still in a compact package.


Ping Glide 4.0

Ping Glide 4.0 Wedge

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Henderson then carries two Glide 4.0 wedges with 52 and 60 degrees of loft respectively. This is interesting because not many players leave an eight degree gap in the wedges but this is obviously because she can manipulate the faces of these two wedges to create the shots and distances she needs. The two-wedge setup also allows her to carry more clubs at the top of the bag as well.


Ping Cadence TR – Ketsch C

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Finally her putter has changed of late as well. She had been using a Ping Sigma 2 Fetch model but now has a Ping Cadence TR – Ketsch C in the bag. It is a centre-shafted option with a mallet head. It also had a black top at address with white alignment lines. 


TaylorMade TP5x

TaylorMade 2021 TP5x Golf Ball

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Finally she uses a TaylorMade TP5x golf ball. She had been using a Titleist Pro V1, but the Canadian signed with TaylorMade at the start of 2022. Her TP5x ball has the number seven on it and she also wears a TaylorMade Tour Preferred glove as part of the deal. Speaking at the time she said; 

“Right away the TP5x performed at a high level. I gained yardage off the tee, which is huge for me, while I still was able to have the right amount of spin and great feel around the greens. I also noticed that my iron shots were piercing through windy conditions and holding the line very well. It was really eye opening and I am beyond excited to put the TP5x in play this season.”

Full Specs

Driver: Ping G400 (7.7 degrees), TPT 19HI shaft

Fairways: Ping G400 Stretch (13 set to 14 degrees), with Ping Alta CB Orange 65xs, Ping G400 (17.5 degrees), with Graphite Design Tour ADTP 6x

Hybrid: Ping G425 5H (26 degrees), with KBS Tour Hybrid 65s

Irons: Ping i210 (5-UW), Nippon Modus 3 105 Stiff

Wedges: Ping Glide 4.0 (52, 60), Nippon Modus 3 115

Putter: Ping Cadence TR – Ketsch C

Ball: TaylorMade TP5x

Shoes: Skechers