Webb Simpson What’s In The Bag?

Take a look at the various clubs Webb Simpson will use when out on Tour.

Webb Simpson What’s In The Bag?
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Webb Simpson What’s In The Bag?

Check out the clubs being used by Webb Simpson. Aside from an Odyssey putter, the American has a full set of Titleist clubs in the bag and has been with the brand many years now.

Webb Simpson What’s In The Bag?


Titleist TSi3

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For many years he had Titleist's 917 driver in the bag, and carried the TS3 for a very long time but he now has the TSi3 driver. It features a more compact, pear-shaped profile and a new SureFit CG Track positioned around the rear skirt, allowing players to alter their shot shape and launch characteristics.

Comparing it to the outgoing TS3, we prefer the more rounded toe and the quieter thud it produces. We believe many golfers will also prefer how the sole weight setting is now visible.


Titleist TS2, Titleist 913Fd

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Simpson had been using the TaylorMade M4 fairway but it appears he has since put a Titleist TS2 model in the bag with 15 degrees of loft. His 5-wood is the Titleist 913Fd. The Fd version features a weight further forward for a more penetrating, low-spinning ball flight. Interestingly, Simpson carries two fairway woods and two hybrids (one with a steel shaft), with a six-iron being the longest iron in his bag.


Titleist 913Hd, Titleist 915Hd

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Simpson then has a 913Hd hybrid in 20 degrees and a 915Hd in 23.5 degrees of loft. The former has a Graphite Design shaft whilst the latter is interestingly fitted with a Dynamic Gold steel shaft. Speaking in 2020 to Golf.com (opens in new tab), Simpson said of his hybrids; “Unless you’re a scratch handicap or better and have really high spin rates and hit it high, you need a 3-iron hybrid and you need a 4-iron hybrid. The hybrids, in my opinion, are way easier to hit up in the air, and that’s what I was seeing with my 4-iron of my regular set.” 

“Augusta is a place where my hybrids have helped me so much,” Simpson said. “You go through the golf course, and I may hit a hybrid into 1, 4, 5, 11, 13, 15, and even 18. You need height and you need softness around that golf course, maybe more than any other golf course we play all year…it’s just nice to have those hybrids there.”


Titleist 680 Forged

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Simpson's iron situation changed a lot in 2022. He had been using a set of 620 MB's for a while but switched into a set of Titleist T100's. At the time of the switch he said; 

“I’ve had a couple of short stints with non-blades in my career but not many,” Simpson said in May. “I haven’t been hitting my irons great. Approach to the green is typically a strength for me; this year it’s been a weakness, and I’ve struggled out of the rough. I keep getting told that these the irons I’m playing are better out of the rough, better with distance control, better with mis-hits, and so I guess I was being stubborn, but finally listened and I really like them.”

However this wasn't the case for long as he then put a set of Titleist 680 Forged irons in the bag which are a blade design.


Titleist Vokey SM9

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We believe the American then has three wedges, all of which are Titleist Vokey SM9's. They have 52, 56 and 60 degrees of loft. The SM9 is a case of evolution rather than revolution from the SM8 but Titleist says it has 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.


Odyssey Tank Cruiser V-Line

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In the past he has struggled with his putting as he used to use an anchor style and that was banned in 2016. Nowadays it seems he has found a system that works for him with the Odyssey Tank Cruiser V-Line putter, which he runs up his forearm in an armlock-style hold and combines with a claw grip.


Titleist Pro V1

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Finally Simpson uses the Titleist Pro V1 golf ball (opens in new tab). 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.

Full Specs

Driver: Titleist TSi3 (10 degrees, A1) with Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black RDX 60 TX shaft

3 wood: Titleist TS2, (15 degrees, A1 setting) with Mitsubishi Tensei CK Blue 70 TX shaft

5 wood: Titleist 913Fd, (18 degrees, B1 setting) with UST Mamiya VTS 86 TX shaft

Hybrid: Titleist 913Hd (21 degrees, B2 setting) with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 105 X shaft

Hybrid: Titleist 915Hd, (23.5 degrees, C3 setting) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shaft

Irons: Titleist 680 Forged (6-9) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts

Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM9 (52-12F, 56-14F, 60-04L)

Putter: Odyssey Tank Cruiser V-Line with an Odyssey Arm Lock grip

Ball: Titleist Pro V1

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!

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