Jordan Spieth What’s In The Bag?

See the Titleist equipment that three-time major winner Jordan Spieth currently uses on Tour

Jordan Spieth What’s In The Bag?
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Jordan Spieth What's In The Bag?

Let's take a look at the clubs the American puts in his bag each week. The Texan has used Titleist equipment for his entire professional career and in his amateur days. 

Jordan Spieth What's In The Bag?

Driver

Titleist TSi3

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Currently he has the Titleist TSi3 (opens in new tab) in the bag after having previously used the TS2 and 915 models. The TSi3 is one of very few drivers to get five stars from us in a review. The compact look will suit the eye of the better player, but many more abilities have the potential to benefit from the more varied adjustability and extra forgiveness on offer. Our testing, after being custom fitted, showed it was longer and straighter than the TS equivalent, producing longer but more playable distance.

At the start of the 2022 calendar year, Spieth spoke to PGATour.com about his gear and any changes he made recently. He said; "I haven’t. I cracked my driver at The Players. I’m somebody (with) really low spin, and as drivers continue to be more and more low spin, I’ve messed around with a couple different loft changes and settings. I’m trying to get a (Titleist TSi3) driver head to produce like the one that I had for the last year, which was really, really solid. I’m looking to get enough spin without overspinning. So that’s been the challenge right now."

In the shaft he uses a Fujikura Ventus Blue 6X model which has proven to be very popular out on Tour.

Fairway

Titleist TSR3

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He then has a Titleist TSR3 three-wood which is fitted with a Fujikura shaft much like his driver, but instead it is the 7X model. Spieth switched into the driver back in 2022 and it was a move away from the TS2 model he had in the bag for several years. The fairway wood slot in the bag is arguably the most difficult part of the bag to get right because it has to correctly bridge the gap between the driver and the irons, so it comes as no surprise that many players don't change when they find a model they trust. This shows that clearly Spieth trusts the newest model. 

Hybrid

Titleist TSi2

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Spieth also uses an older hybrid model as well, a Titleist TSi2 which has replaced the famous 818 H2 model he had in the bag for a very long time. Once again, clearly he trusts this club which is something that takes time for Spieth. In the past he has said he sometimes needs to hit two to three thousand golf balls before finally trusting a golf club and getting comfortable with it. Of course it is also fitted with the iconic orange and white Graphite Design Tour AD shaft. One particular course that he likes using the hybrid at is Augusta National because the par-5 approach shots sit at hybrid length for Spieth, and the club allows him to reach them in two. 

Irons

Titleist T100

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At the 2021 Open Championship he put new Titleist irons in the bag which took the form of a T200 2-iron, and then a set of the T100's (opens in new tab) which go from four-iron down to nine-iron. The T200 comes in and out of the bag but the T100's have found a home in his bag permanently. 

Speaking to GolfWRX back in 2021, Spieth said of the irons;  “First thing you noticed is how they look, kind of the backside of the iron. You could see the color just kind of more matted out, and then a really clean back to it. Just very simple – stays looking almost like a blade with the forgiveness of a cavity-back. I don’t understand why you’d play any other iron, to be honest. I joke around, ‘I’m not good enough to play the blades,’ but in reality, I think we’re just being smarter. I think we’re just like, ‘Oh, we can actually hit every shot that a blade can hit.’ But that chance that we mishit them – which we’re going to mishit a few shots in a round, even in a great round, the idea that it does carry that bunker and you make birdie on a hole where someone has to get up-and-down for par – I mean, it could be the difference in a tournament.”

Wedges

Titleist Vokey SM9

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The three-time major winner then has four Titleist Vokey SM9 wedges (opens in new tab) in 46°, 52°, 56° lofts. The last one is a prototype 60 degree model which is actually a T-Grind. This has been designed to keep the leading edge low to the ground which makes it ideal for hitting wedge shots from tight lies. Spieth put the prototype in the bag at the 2020 Players Championship and it has remained in his setup ever since. In fact Spieth spoke about his 60 degree wedge to PGATour.com in 2022; 

"I changed wedge grinds ­– I can’t even remember when it was, but it was years and years ago – to the T-grind. That was just because when I opened it up, it looked even cleaner and flush to the ground to me. We have access to Aaron Dill here on Tour who’s our Vokey rep. He’s so good. He brought me an SM9 60-degree today, and I said, “It looks a little different than mine. Can you get me one of the other ones and I’ll compare and contrast?”

"He said, 'I can weld this one down and make it look like your other one, and also make a backup of one you already have.' It’s normally no issue for us to find something we like."

Putter

Scotty Cameron Circle T 009

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Spieth has had the same putter in the bag for 10 years or so now - a Scotty Cameron Circle T 009. He said of the putter, "The 009 was my favourite putter [as a junior golfer]. Adam Scott (opens in new tab) and Geoff Ogilvy, two of my favourite golfers, used it, and that got me. I've been using it since I was 15, and I won't be changing anytime soon."

That being said when he went as a junior to get fitted for a putter with Scotty Cameron, his heart was on another model. Speaking to Scotty Cameron tour rep Drew Page, Spieth said; “Adam Scott had a 009, Geoff Ogilvy was putting with a 009, those were like my favorite players, but I really wanted to go in and get a GSS, because my friends at the club I grew up at were like, ‘Dude, this is like a $5-10,000 putter; this is German Stainless Steel, it’s soft, it’s what Tiger uses, it’s what all the pros were using. I wanted to be open to maybe what would be the best for me, but in the back of my mind… we didn’t try a GSS for like the first 3 or 4 putters that I was hitting there, and I was like, ‘Hey, do you care if I try one of those [GSS putters]? I just kind of want to see the feel.’”

He actually walked away with a Teryllium 1.5 putter but soon moved onto the 009. 

Ball

Titleist Pro V1x

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Spieth is a user of the Titleist Pro V1x golf ball (opens in new tab). It features the same reformulated 2.0 ZG Process Core and softer cover as the Pro V1 for enhanced distance plus improved feel and control. What separates the two is the Pro V1x is the lower spinning model which makes sense given the importance of distance out on Tour at the moment. 

Apparel/Shoes

Under Armour

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As well as a full bag of Titleist equipment, Speith also wears Under Armour apparel and shoes. His current shoes are the Under Armour HOVR Drive 2 shoes which are designed for stability during the golf swing. As such, the HOVR Drive 2 has applied the science of biomechanics in the design on its outsole to develop rotational, horizontal, vertical and internal traction.

Whilst it felt unique at first, the shoe performed brilliantly which explains why it made our best golf shoes (opens in new tab) guide, and also why it got five stars in our review (opens in new tab)

Jordan Spieth WITB: Full Specs

*We believe the utility and hybrid come in and out of his setup.

Driver: Titleist TSi3 (10.5 degrees at 9.75 D1 SureFit setting) with Fujikura Ventus Blue 6 X shaft

Fairway Wood: Titleist TSR3 (15 degrees) with Fujikura Ventus Blue 7 X shaft

*Hybrid: Titleist TSi2 (21 degrees) with Graphite Design Tour AD DI-95X Hybrid

Irons: *Titleist T200 (2021) (2), Titleist T100 (2021) (4-9) with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 95 X Hybrid (2), True Temper Project X 6.5 (4-9) shafts

Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM9 (46-08F, 52-08F, 56-10S), Vokey Proto (60T) all with True Temper Project X 6.0 shafts

Putter: Scotty Cameron Circle T 009 with SuperStroke Traxion Flatso 1.0 grip

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x

Shoes: Under Armour 

Apparel: Under Armour

Sam Tremlett
Senior Staff Writer

A golfer for most of his life, Sam is a Senior Staff Writer for Golf Monthly. 

Working with golf gear and equipment over the last five years, Sam has quickly built outstanding knowledge and expertise on golf products ranging from drivers, to balls, to shoes. 

He also loves to test golf apparel especially if it a piece that can be used just about anywhere!

As a result he has always been the one family and friends come to for buying advice and tips.

He is a graduate of Swansea University where he studied History and American Studies, and he has been a part of the Golf Monthly team since December 2017. He also previously worked for World Soccer and Rugby World magazines.

Sam now spends most of his time testing and looking after golf gear content for the website. He also oversees all Tour player content as well. 

Unfortunately, Sam is not a member of any club at the moment but regularly gets out on the golf course to keep up the facade of having a handicap of five.