Cameron Young What's In The Bag?

We take an in-depth look inside the golf bag of young American star Cameron Young

Cameron Young What's In The Bag?
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Cameron Young What's In The Bag?

A rising star in the world of golf, Cameron Young is currently a Titleist staff player and plays a full bag of clubs from the brand including a golf ball. What are the exact specifications? Let's take a look below.

Cameron Young What's In The Bag?

Cameron Young WITB: Full Specs

Driver: Titleist TSR3 (9 degrees, D1 SureFit setting) with Mitsubishi Tensei 1K White 70 TX shaft

3-wood: Titleist TSR2+ (14.5 degrees, B1 SureFit setting) with Mitsubishi Tensei 1K White 80 TX shaft

5-wood: Titleist TSR2 (18 degrees, A1 SureFit) with Mitsubishi Tensei 1K White 80 TX shaft

Irons: Titleist T100 (4-5), Titleist 620 MB (6-9) all with Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 130 X shafts

Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM9 (48-10F, 52-12F, 58-08M), WedgeWorks BV 2022 Proto (62) all with Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 130 X shafts

Putter: Scotty Cameron T5 Prototype

Ball: Titleist Pro V1


Titleist TSR3

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Starting at the top of the bag Young uses a Titleist TSR3 driver and it has 9 degrees of loft with a Mitsubishi Tensei 1K White 70 TX shaft. He had been using the TSi3 model to great effect but like many other Titleist staff players the newer design has gone into the bag. This change happened around the 2022 Open Championship, an event Young nearly won. 

The TSR3 features the classic-shaped head at address, with the main aim of the driver being to make it faster through the air. Titleist have done this by installing a smoother sole, smaller hosel opening and a taller back section. In testing, the numbers were extremely consistent, with the TSR3 minimizing drop offs in speed even from off-centre strikes. However, it's the playability that is the most impressive aspect, as it is the easiest driver to manipulate the flight of.

Fairway Woods

Titleist TSR2+, Titleist TSR2

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Young then carries two Titleist fairway woods, one of which is a TSR2+ model which acts as his three-wood, and then a regular TSR2 as his five-wood. The Plus version was a new addition to the Titleist TSR wood family. Designed as an option for those who want a fairway wood as predominantly a second driving option, it is being billed as a “longer, more forgiving, tee-biased 3-wood.”

The regular TSR2 model strikes the balance between the TSR3 and TRS2+, with it providing a mixture of distance and forgiveness. Feel and acoustically wise it has a slightly lower pitched impact sound and a very satisfying ‘crack’ through impact. What's more, it's very easy to launch and extremely consistent. We believe both of these woods are fitted with Mitsubishi Tensei 1K White 80 TX shafts.


Titleist T100, Titleist 620 MB

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His iron setup is pretty interesting at the moment. We believe he is carrying a Titleist T100 four and five-iron, and the rest of his irons go from six-iron down to nine-iron and are Titleist 620MB's. They are all fitted with Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 130 X shafts. 

Titleist’s real players’ iron, the 620MB is a one-piece forged muscleback that delivers sleek and simple looks as well as tremendous feel and feedback. The muscleback design produces a tour-proven flight that is workable and controllable. The Centre of Gravity locations have been designed to allow for shot-making and to deliver responsive feedback.


Titleist Vokey Design SM9

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Young uses four Titleist wedges at the moment. His first three, 48, 52 and 58 degrees, are all Vokey SM9's whilst he also carries a WedgeWorks BV 2022 Proto with 62 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.


Scotty Cameron T5 Prototype

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His final club in the bag was a Scotty Cameron T11 Prototype but this has been replaced by a T5 Prototype instead. It appears to have a mallet kind of design with a plumbers neck and it appears he carries a grey version as well as a black design. We think the grey version is his usual gamer when competing. 


Titleist Pro V1

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Young uses a Titleist Pro V1 golf ball. With its biennial upgrade, the design got several significant changes made to it, such as the new reformulated 2.0 ZG Process Core which was implemented with more distance in mind. Additionally the cover was noticeable when we first got our hands on some. 

The dimple count increased from 352 to 388 following extensive trials and testing to maximize distance and flight consistency. The cover itself is also made from a new softer, urethane elastomer for more greenside spin and control. 

Sam Tremlett
E-commerce Editor

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 six years, Sam has quickly built outstanding knowledge and expertise on golf products ranging from drivers, to balls, to shoes. 

He combines this knowledge with a passion for helping golfers get the best gear for them, and as such Sam manages a team of writers that look to deliver the most accurate and informative reviews and buying advice. This is so the reader can find exactly what they are looking for.

Sam now spends most of his time testing and looking after golf gear content for the website, whilst he is also responsible for all content related to golf apparel. 

He also oversees all Tour player content as well so if you need to know what clubs Tiger or Rory has in play, Sam is the person to ask. 

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. 

Sam's What's In The Bag: 

Driver: Titleist TS3 (9 degrees) 

Fairway Wood: Callaway Paradym (15 degrees), Nike Covert Tour 2.0 (19 degrees) 

Irons (4-PW): Titleist AP2 

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM7 54˚, 58˚ 

Putter: Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 

Ball: Srixon Z-Star Diamond

Shoes: G/FORE Gallivanter/Nike Air Zoom Infinity NEXT%/Cuater The Ringer