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Keegan Bradley What's In The Bag?
Keegan Bradley's last win on the PGA Tour came at the 2018 BMW Championship in another play-off. Out of his four wins, three of them have been in play-offs including his 2011 PGA Championship win at Atlanta Athletic Club in Georgia. It was his first win in over six years, which could have been in large part due to the ban of his anchored style of putting.
“A lot has happened to me over these six years,” he said. “The belly putter was a tougher transition than I thought, and I kind of fell off the radar there for a little while. It's tough to go from being on Ryder Cup teams, being on Presidents Cup teams to outside the top 100 in the world. That was difficult."
What clubs does Bradley put into his bag? We take at his interesting mix of clubs below.
Keegan Bradley What's In The Bag?
TaylorMade Stealth Plus
Bradley's driver situation has changed a bit of late. We recently spotted him using the TaylorMade SIM and Srixon ZX5 models but right now he appears to have put the newer TaylorMade Stealth Plus in the bag. Interestingly he did put it in earlier in 2022 but he went back to the SIM fairly quickly so we will see if this is a permanent change.
- Read our full TaylorMade Stealth Plus Driver Review
TaylorMade SIM2 Max HL
Bradley then uses a TaylorMade SIM2 Max fairway wood with 16.5 degrees of loft. it is also the higher launch model which many Tour players use to get the ball into the air with a higher launch.
Callaway Apex UW
Bradley has been using hybrids for a while now and after using the Callaway Apex Pro for a while he has now got a newer Callaway Apex UW in the bag. It has 20 degrees of loft. The club has been finding its way into several players' bags at the moment and it isn't hard to see why. Phil Mickelson was involved in its development and joined other Callaway staffers in calling for a “go to” club that better players can count on from the tee, fairway, or rough.
- Read our full Callaway Apex UW Hybrid review (opens in new tab)
Srixon ZX5, Srixon ZX7
Bradley, a long-time Srixon/Cleveland staff player, then has three Srixon ZX5's from three-iron down to five-iron. The rest of his irons from six-iron down to pitching wedge are Srixon ZX7's.
- Read our full Srixon ZX7 Iron review (opens in new tab)
Cleveland RTX Zip Core Tour Rack
His two wedges have 52 and 58 degrees of loft and are both Cleveland RTX Zip Core Tour Rack models. He also carries a couple of wedges that are the same model but with Mid and Low bounce profiles.
- Read our full Cleveland RTX ZipCore Wedge Review
Odyssey Versa Jailbird
Finally, his putter is an Odyssey Versa Jailbird which has been part of his setup for a while now.
Bradley uses a Srixon Z-Star golf ball which made our best golf balls (opens in new tab) guide. The new seventh generation Z-Star features a number of improvements on the previous model. The 0.6mm cover is actually now slightly thicker, promising enhanced spin, feel, and control around the greens. The greenside spin on offer is fantastic and even with well-used wedges we noticed plenty of grab and stop on the second bounce when we tested the ball.
- Read our full Srixon Z-Star ball review (opens in new tab)
Driver: TaylorMade Stealth Plus (10.5 degrees) with Fujikura Ventus Black 6X shaft
3-wood: TaylorMade SIM2 Max HL (16.5 at 15.75 degrees D1 Surefit) with Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black 80G 6.5TX shaft
Hybrid: Callaway UW (19 degrees) with Project X EvenFlow Hybrid 95 6.5TX shaft
Irons: Srixon ZX5 (3-5) Srixon ZX7 (6-PW) all with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts
Wedges: Cleveland RTX Zip Core Tour Rack (50-10 Mid at 52, 58-6) all with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts
Putter: Odyssey Versa Jailbird
Ball: Srixon Z-Star