Kevin Na What's In The Bag?

What clubs does Kevin Na use on the PGA Tour?

Kevin Na What's In The Bag?
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Kevin Na What's In The Bag?

Below we take a look at the clubs Na puts into his bag. Na had been a Titleist ambassador for numerous years but he has since signed with Callaway using 12 clubs from the brand however he still uses a PXG hybrid and Titleist Vokey Prototype wedge.

Kevin Na What's In The Bag?


Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond

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Na had been using the older Callaway GBB Epic for a while, and was seen using the newer Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero model at some tournaments. But in 2022 he now has the Epic Speed Triple Diamond in the bag which has 8.5 degrees of loft and is fitted with a Graphite Design Tour AD GP 6 TX shaft. Given his success with the old GBB Epic, it will be interesting to see if this is a permanent driver in the bag. 


Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond

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Na then opts for a couple of Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond fairway woods which have 14 and 18 degrees of loft respectively. We haven't been able to test the Triple Diamond version of this club because they are only really available out on Tour, but we have reviewed the normal Epic Speed. It made our Editors Choice list in 2021 because we loved the ball flight of this fairway wood, it also looks great behind the ball, coming in a nice sleek package that inspires confidence at address.


PXG 0317 X Gen 2

Kevin na hitting a hybrid

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Na continues to use a hybrid out on Tour, and it is one of only two clubs not made by Callaway. Instead he uses a PXG 0317X Gen 2 hybrid which has 19 degrees of loft. It is fitted with the classic orange and white Graphite Design Tour AD DI 95X shaft.


Callaway Rogue Pro, Callaway Apex Pro 16

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Na had been using T-MB and 718 AP2 irons from Titleist but now has Apex Pro 16 models from Callaway. He also carries a Callaway Rogue Pro 4-iron. Speaking to Na explained why he went for cavity-backed irons; “I can’t play a blade,” Na said. “It’s too difficult, and I’m a pro golfer. I think a blade goes shorter. Off-center hits aren’t going to perform as well as cavity-backs. I don’t see a reason why you’d want to play a blade. I really don’t. I played blades in my early 20s, maybe one year — when I was dumb. But I’m wiser now and play a cavity-back. In the longer irons, I even look for more — I don’t want to say a high-handicapper club — a more forgiving club.”


Callaway Mack Daddy 4, Titleist Vokey Prototype

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Na has three wedges, two of which are Callaway Mack Daddy 4's with 50 and 54 degrees of loft but we believe the 50 degree model comes in and out of the setup. The other is a 60 degree Titleist Vokey prototype which we noticed last year had a date written on it. At the Tour Championship his wedge had the date “8/2021” written in permanent marker on the head. Why? Well it is a way for him to keep track of the grooves which makes sense given how often top players practice and wear out grooves on lob wedges in particular. 


Odyssey Toulon Madison

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Finally Na has also recently switched putter from an Odyssey Stroke Lab #7 to a Toulon Design Madison which is similar to the model Francesco Molinari uses on Tour. It was with this putter he set records with at the 2020 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open en-route to victory. During the week he set the record for most feet of putts made for a week - 588-feet, 11 inches. As such the Madison has remained in the bag and Na himself has said in the past; “I’m not much of a tinkerer, once I find something I like I usually give it a couple of years. I think I’m set for a while.”


Callaway Chrome Soft X

There was a big change in 2022 for Kevin Na on the golf ball front. He had been using the Titleist Pro V1x for over a decade but has now switched into the Callaway Chrome Soft X. 

Johnny Wunder, Tour Content Manager for Callaway wrote of the switch; One of the toughest switchers on Tour, Kevin Na, approached our Tour team late last summer inquiring about the buzz around the CSX. His process is extensive, starting at home in his simulator to ensure that the ball will work at a baseline, then it has to pass the short game test, which is the most critical for Kevin. Once it’s reached that point, it needs to perform on course in multiple weather conditions. In the end, he picked up more spin around the greens, CSX was far superior in the wind, and the extra MPH in ball speed off the driver doesn’t hurt."



kevin na shoes

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Na uses G/FORE MG4+ golf shoes which are a favorite of ours. Comfortable from start to finish, the shoe performed about as well as is possible on a debut outing and beyond. Although a spikeless golf shoe, there was never a situation where a lack of grip from the non-slip outsole was noticeable, even on a variety of slopey lies. It is also waterproof and available in several cool colors.

Full Specs

Driver: Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond (8.5 degrees) with Graphite Design Tour AD GP 6 TX shaft

3-wood: Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond 3+ (14 degrees) with Mitsubishi Diamana RF 70 TX shaft

5-wood: Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond (18 degrees) with Mitsubishi Diamana BF 80 TX shaft

Hybrid: PXG 0317 X Gen 2 (19 degrees) with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 95X shaft

Irons: Callaway Rogue Pro (4-iron), Apex Pro 16 (5-PW), True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts

Wedges: Callaway Mack Daddy 4 (54 degrees), Titleist Vokey prototype (60 degrees), True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400

Putter: Odyssey Toulon Madison

Ball: Callaway Chrome Soft X

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