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Sebastian Munoz What's In The Bag?
Born in Bogota, Colombia, Sebastian Munoz turned pro in 2015 after having played four years of collegiate golf at the University of North Texas. From there he has worked his way up the golfing ladder culminating in a PGA Tour victory at the 2019 Sanderson Farms Championship. Here we have taken a look at the clubs he uses out on Tour.
Sebastian Munoz What's In The Bag?
Ping G425 Max
Aside from a TaylorMade fairway wood, Munoz uses a full bag of Ping clubs at the moment. His driver is a Ping G425 Max driver (opens in new tab) with 9 degrees of loft. One huge difference between the G425 and the G410 was that Ping implemented a new 26-gram tungsten movable weight called a CG Shifter. This was made possible by weight savings from advancements in the driver’s dragonfly crown design. The weight can be secured in one of three settings – neutral, draw or fade – to influence forgiveness and shot shape. The average MOI increase is 14 per cent across the three weight positions compared to the G410 Plus.
- Read our full Ping G425 Max driver review
TaylorMade SIM, Ping G425 Max
Munoz then decides to put a TaylorMade SIM Ti three-wood in the bag and it has been in the bag for a number of years. This seems to add up because we have seen a lot of top players using older models of fairway wood because it is the hardest slot in the bag to get right. As such once a player finds a model they like and trust, it takes a lot for them to change. He also carries a Ping G425 Max seven-wood as well.
- Read our full Ping G425 Max Fairway Wood Review
Ping i200, Ping i210, Ping iBlade
His long irons often change dependent on course, conditions and other factors. For example his Ping G410 Crossover goes in and out of the bag before transitioning down to a Ping i200 three-iron. He then has Ping i210's from four-iron down to nine-iron and a recent addition to the setup is a Ping iBlade pitching wedge.
Ping Glide 2.0, Ping Glide 3.0
He carries two different models of wedge, one of which is a 50 degree Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth and the 56 and 60 degree wedges are Ping Glide 3.0's. It is interesting to see Munoz has not switched into the newer Ping Glide 4.0 model so clearly he wants to continue getting the performance he wants from an older range.
- Read our full Ping Glide 3.0 Wedge review (opens in new tab)
Ping PLD Prototype
His putter was a Ping Sigma 2 Valor and we spotted him using a Ping Kushin 4. However he appears to have now put a Ping PLD Prototype blade in the bag.
Titleist Pro V1
Finally he uses a Titleist Pro V1 ball which is very popular out on Tour. A top performer out on Tour and in the amateur game, the ball offers superb, but distinct, all round performance. We were also seriously impressed with the strength and consistency of the flight, particularly in the wind.
- Read our full Titleist Pro V1 ball review (opens in new tab)
*We believe this club goes in and out of the bag
Driver: Ping G425 Max (9 degrees) with Project X HZRDUS Yellow Prototype 63 6.5 shaft
3-wood: TaylorMade SIM (15 degrees) with TPT 14 L? 85 shaft
7-wood: Ping G425 Max (20.5 degrees at 19 degrees) with Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black RDX 80 TX shaft
*Utility: Ping G410 Crossover (2)
Irons: Ping i200 (3), Ping i210 (4-9), Ping iBlade (PW)
Wedges: Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth (50), Ping Glide 3.0 (56, 60 degrees) all with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts
Putter: Ping PLD Prototype
Ball: Titleist Pro V1