K.H. Lee What's In The Bag?
A two-time winner on the Japan Golf Tour, K.H. Lee shot to prominence in 2021 with victory at the AT&T Byron Nelson where he posted 25-under par and won by three strokes. The win catapulted him into the world's top 100 having started the year around 250th in the world. He would then defend his title in 2022 too. So then what does the South Korean currently carry in his setup? Below we have taken a look.
K.H. Lee What's In The Bag?
Callaway Epic Max LS
Lee's bag is filled primarily by two brands at the moment, Callaway and Titleist. Starting with the driver he uses a Callaway Epic Max LS (opens in new tab) which is the lowest spinning model in the Callaway Epic range. It has 10.5 degrees of loft but we believe Lee cranks it down to nine degrees. The Epic Max LS has a larger footprint behind the ball compared to the other models in the Epic range, and also provides shot shape adjustability, which allows golfers to either control their bad shot or encourage a particular shot shape.
- Read our full Callaway Epic Max LS Driver review (opens in new tab)
Callaway Rogue ST LS
KH Lee's fairway wood has recently changed which is interesting because we have found professionals try and limit changing this slot in the bag very often. This is because it is arguably the hardest club to get right and once a player does, they don't want to move away from a model they trust and have confidence in.
He had been using a Titleist TS3 model with 15 degrees of loft but this has recently come out for a newer Callaway Rogue ST LS model. It also has 15 degrees of loft.
- Read our full Callaway Rogue ST LS Fairway review (opens in new tab)
He then carries a TS3 hybrid with 19 degrees of loft instead of a five-wood. The TS3 had a new shape when it was released, with more offset and squarer toe, which is more of an iron-like shape. Again, it is interesting he hasn't put the newer model in the bag but clearly KH Lee sticks with clubs and rarely changes as his entire bag has remained the same for a while now.
- Read our full Titleist TS3 Hybrid review (opens in new tab)
Callaway Apex, Callaway X Forged CB
Shifting to the irons Lee uses a Callaway Apex four-iron at the moment before transitioning down into a set of Callaway X Forged CB's. They go from five-iron down to pitching wedge and all of his irons are fitted with Project X LZ 6.5 shafts.
Titleist Vokey SM7
Moving into the wedges, Lee carries three and they are all Titleist Vokey SM7's. They have 52 (bent to 51 degrees), 56 and 60 degrees of loft. Once again Lee has not put newer SM8 or SM9 models in the bag which suggests he trusts the performance on offer from the older model SM7.
- Read our full Titleist Vokey SM7 Wedge Review (opens in new tab)
Odyssey Works Versa 2-Ball Fang
His final club in the bag is an Odyssey Works Versa 2-Ball Fang putter. This appears to also have changed recently as he had been using a Toulon Design blade model for a while.
Titleist Pro V1x
Finally he uses a 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.
- Read our full Titleist Pro V1x ball review (opens in new tab)
Driver: Callaway Epic Max LS (10.5 degrees at 9) with a Graphite Design Tour AD DI 6 X shaft
3-wood: Callaway Rogue ST LS (15 degrees) with a Graphite Design Tour AD GP 7 X shaft
Hybrid: Titleist TS3 (19 degrees) with a Graphite Design Tour AD HY 95 X shaft
Irons: Callaway Apex (4), Callaway X Forged CB (5-PW) all fitted with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts
Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM7 (52-08F at 51, 56-14F, 60-08M)
Putter: Odyssey Works Versa 2-Ball Fang
Ball: Titleist Pro V1x