Sergio Garcia What’s In The Bag?

We take a look at the golf equipment that Ryder Cup legend Sergio Garcia uses.

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Sergio Garcia What's In The Bag?

What clubs does Ryder Cup legend and 2017 Masters champion Sergio Garcia use? In the post below we take a look at the equipment in Sergio's bag. Garcia split with TaylorMade in October in 2017 after 15 years with the company before signing with Callaway at the start of January 2018. However he then resigned with TaylorMade in 2021. “I’m very happy to announce that I’m back with my family, with the TaylorMade family that I’ve spent many years with,” Garcia told Golf Monthly. "Even without having a contract with anyone I have been playing mostly TaylorMade equipment this last year and a half so, so yeah it’s exciting and can’t wait to get started."

Sergio Garcia What's In The Bag?


TaylorMade Stealth Plus

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At the top of the bag he has a TaylorMade Stealth Plus driver (opens in new tab) which is the model players Tiger Woods (opens in new tab)Collin Morikawa (opens in new tab) and Rory McIlroy (opens in new tab) have all put in the bag. We believe Sergio's model is slightly different to others though because Adrian Rietveld, TaylorMade Senior Manager – Tour went into some interesting specifications on Garcia's clubs. "He uses 30g counter balanced weights in the back of his irons and 20g counter balance weights in the back of his woods. So if his clubs were built to a D4 swing weight, once you put these counter balanced weights in the clubs they get to about C7, which is quite extreme in terms of the amount of counter that’s there, which is quite unique to him and considering him being such an amazing ball striker. Only Retief Goosen had a similar spec back in the day but I can’t think of one other player on tour that has that spec."


TaylorMade Stealth Plus

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Then, Garcia has put in two TaylorMade Stealth Plus fairway woods (opens in new tab). One of them has 13.5 degrees of loft and the other has 19 degrees. The new model is designed for Tour players and proficient ball-strikers because the overall footprint of the club is quite small, especially when compared with the regular Stealth model. There is no red face here unlike the driver but we thought the re-engineered 80g soleplate was a nice touch and improved turf interaction.


TaylorMade P730

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After playing Callaway's Apex MB's, TaylorMade's P7MB (opens in new tab)'s and a set of Ping Blueprints (opens in new tab), he has now switched back to the TaylorMade P730's. This was an interesting development when we noticed it, given he was also having success with a set of the TaylorMade P750's. The P730's are a muscleback iron designed to give as much feel and control as possible. Only the finest and most consistent ball-strikers should use them which Garcia most definitely is. 


TaylorMade Milled Grind 3

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He then decides to carry two wedges, both of which are the same model. One is a TaylorMade MG3 (opens in new tab) with 52 degrees of loft, and the other has 58 degrees of loft. Garcia had been playing two Vokey wedges but the MG3 setup has replaced them. 


TaylorMade Spider GT

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Finally his putter has recently changed a few times over the past year. He had been using a TaylorMade TP Bandon 1, as well as a Spider X and Scotty Cameron Phantom X 11.5 (opens in new tab) but right now he has a Spider GT in the bag. Those designs are all mallets so clearly Garcia likes to have a bit more forgiveness when putting. 


TaylorMade TP5

TaylorMade 2021 TP5 Golf Ball

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Key to re-signing with the brand is the golf ball, and after using the TP5x (opens in new tab) for a while, he appears to have switched to the TP5. (opens in new tab) He has the number 85 stamped on it and it was a big factor why he resigned with the brand. “Ball is the most important thing,” said Garcia at the time. “Obviously, the woods are massive, but the ball is the most important part of the equipment that can help or hurt you, depending on if you’re playing the right or wrong ball. It was definitely a big part of [my decision to sign]. Since 2006, I’ve been very happy with the TaylorMade ball and all the work they’ve done.”



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Finally Garcia wears adidas apparel and shoes. He has done so for most of his career and in 2021 he transitioned from being a Tour360 wearer, to the adidas ZG21 (opens in new tab). One of the best golf shoes (opens in new tab) on the market, they are lightweight, comfortable, and give top-notch grip and stability. Additionally they come in lots of different colors as well as a BOA option. 

Full Specs

Driver: TaylorMade Stealth Plus (8 degrees) with Fujikura Ventus Black 7X shaft

3-wood: TaylorMade Stealth Plus (13.5 degrees) with Fujikura Ventus Black 7X shaft

5-wood: TaylorMade Stealth Plus (19 degrees) with Fujikura Ventus Black 8X shaft

Irons: TaylorMade P730 (3-PW) all with Nippon NS Pro Modus 3 Tour 130 X shafts

Wedges: TaylorMade Milled Grind 3 (52-12D, 58-T) all with Nippon Pro Modus3 Tour 130 X shafts

Putter: TaylorMade Spider GT

Ball: 2021 TaylorMade TP5

Apparel and shoes: Adidas

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. 

Unfortunately, Sam is not a member of any club at the moment but regularly gets out on the golf course to keep up the facade of having a handicap of five.