Max Homa What's In The Bag?

What clubs does multiple-time PGA Tour winner, Max Homa use? Here, we take a look.

Max Homa What's In The Bag?
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Max Homa What's In The Bag?

Having won the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship at college, Homa turned professional in 2013, enduring a difficult six year period where he lost and regained his PGA Tour card on a number of occasions. His big break came in 2019, when he won the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship. The American would then follow that up with two victories in 2021, one of which was the Genesis Invitational, a tournament hosted by Tiger Woods. In total he has had six PGA Tour victories. Following his recent successes, we have taken a look at what clubs Homa uses whilst out on the course.

Max Homa What's In The Bag?

Driver

Titleist TSR3

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When you look at Homa's bag, you will see he has a full complement of Titleist clubs. Starting with the driver, he uses a Titleist TSR3, which replaced the TSi3, TS3 and TS4 models he had in the bag in 2021. It has nine degrees of loft and an Mitsubishi Tensei 1K Black 65 TX shaft.

In testing the TSR3 proved to be one of the best drivers (opens in new tab) on the market because it is is a premium looking and performing driver that is likely to outperform your gamer, especially if you go through a custom fitting. The feel is powerful and it strikes the ideal balance of control with competitive ball speed and distance.

Fairway

Titleist TSR3, Titleist TSR2

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Next up in the bag are Homa's fairway woods, one of which is a Titleist TSR3 as his three-wood, and TSR2 with 21 degrees of loft, which replaced his TSi2's. In the past, he has also carried an 818H2 hybrid or a Titleist U500 utility iron. However both of those clubs seem to come in and out of the setup depending on the course and the conditions. The three-wood has a Fujikura Ventus TR Blue 8X shaft whereas his seven-wood is fitted with a Graphite Design Tour AD XC 9 TX shaft.

Irons

Titleist T100S, Titleist T100, Titleist 620MB

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The irons of choice for Homa have recently changed a bit. For a long time he had a full set of blades in the bag but he has now got a Titleist T100S four-iron, a Titleist T100 five-iron, and a Titleist 620MB's from six-iron down to nine-iron. Released in 2019, the 620MB's feature a classic design with a progressive blade length optimizing play throughout the set. They also feature a Tour-refined sole that improves turf interaction for better ball striking from all lies. All of his irons are fitted with KBS $ Taper 130 X shafts.

Wedges

Titleist Vokey SM9

Max Homa Hits A Wedge Shot

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Homa previously carried four Vokey wedges all of which were SM8s (opens in new tab). However in 2022 he put the newer Vokey SM9's in the bag and he uses a 46, 50, 56 and 60 degree setup.

 The SM9 was a case of evolution rather than revolution from the SM8 but Titleist developed the groundbreaking Progressive Centre of Gravity (CG) design to improve distance and trajectory control. In testing, we found it very easy to square-up on full shots and deliver excellent consistency of spin and flight from closer to the green.

Putter

Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 Prototype

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Previously, Homa had been using a Scotty Cameron Phantom X 11.5 prototype putter. However, we believe he has gone to a Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 Prototype. (opens in new tab) This is despite the fact that Homa always used to use a blade design. The reason being is he has said in the past how he enjoys the weight and size of the mallet design, and the fact it sits really square. 

Ball

Titleist Pro V1 2023

Max Homa With His Titleist Golf Ball

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Homa has been using the Titleist Pro V1 (opens in new tab) for the whole of his professional career, with the Pro V1 ranking as one of the best golf balls (opens in new tab) on the market, as well as being the most used brand on the Tour. Providing consistent flight and control, it is the preferred choice of many of the top professionals and he uses the latest 2023 version.

Apparel/Shoes

FootJoy

Max Homa Hits A Putt

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When it comes to apparel and footwear, Homa has been wearing FootJoy for a number of years. At the 2021 US Open, the American wore the seasonal collection that featured colors and designs inspired by Torrey Pines Golf Course. He is also seen regularly wearing the Packard golf shoes from FootJoy's Premiere Series but he seems to be wearing the Field shoe design as of late.

Max Homa WITB: Full Specs

*Note - the utility iron comes in and out of the bag depending on course and conditions.

Driver: Titleist TSR3 (10 degrees) with Mitsubishi Tensei 1K Black 65 TX shaft

3-wood: Titleist TSR3 (15 degrees, A1 SureFit setting) with Fujikura Ventus TR Blue 8X shaft

7-wood: Titleist TSR2 (21 degrees) with Graphite Design Tour AD XC 9 TX shaft

*Utility: Titleist U500

Irons: Titleist T100S (4), Titleist T100 (5), Titleist 620MB (6-9) all with KBS $ Taper 130 X

Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM9 (46-10F, 50-12F, 56-14F, 60-04L)

Putter: Scotty Cameron Phantom X T5.5 Prototype

Ball: Titleist Pro V1 2023

Apparel: FootJoy

Footwear: FootJoy

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. 

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