Equipment is accurate as of the Tour Championship (9/24/17).

Driver: Titleist 917D2 (9.5 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Diamana BF 60TX (tipped 1.5 inches)

3 Wood: Titleist 917F2 (15 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei CK Blue 80TX

5 Wood: Titleist 915Fd (18 degrees)
Shaft: Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 9.2 Tour Spec X-Flex

Irons: Titleist 716 CB (4 iron), Titleist 718 MB prototype (5-9 irons)
Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM5 (52-12 F Grind, 56-14 F Grind), Vokey SM6 (46-10 F-Grind, 60)
Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 (46), S400 (52, 56, 60)

Putter: Scotty Cameron X5 Prototype (flow neck)
Length: 34 inches, 350 grams

Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1x



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    • You can duplicate the exact look of those MB’s, with a ScotchGard pad from the supermarket or hardware store, and about 6-8 hours of scrubbing time while you watch a tournament on tv over a weekend.

      I am totally serious. And I am not making fun of you, because I agree with you and I much prefer that look, and I have done it to virtually all of my chrome Vokeys.

      It does nothing, to compromise the integrity of the factory chrome.

      • Agreed, definitely not difficult to do, but not easy to do well. I’ve accomplished similar effect on Vapor Pro irons with a dremel taking off the black PVD finish. The rest of hat head is already darn though. I wish the 716’s were offered in satin. Maybe the ‘718?’ Models will be.

  1. I am interested in Justin’s 46 degree Vokey. It has to be a custom tour-only grind. There is no 46-10 retail Vokey.

    Reason I make this point is to suggest very strongly to the Acushnet/Titleist/Vokey guys, that they do something along these lines for retail.

    Currently the only retail offering is a 46-08. If you bend that down, to 45 or 44 degrees, you lose too much bounce. It there was a 44-08, you could have a lot more effective choices for what would effectively be a Vokey Pitching Wedge. (Play it at 44, or bend to 45 or 46 with lots of bounce, or bend-and-grind together, etc.)

    I think that with irons getting stronger, and with more irons going to hollow body construction (T-MB, for instance), and with the general love of Vokeys, there is going to be more and more demand for lower lofts.

  2. His right heel comes off the ground so high and early it’s amazing how well balanced his swing is while squaring the face and rotating his hips. So many people out there tell you to keep your right heel down until impact. I guess if you’re this good it doesn’t matter what you do.

    • His dad said about his right foot, “It’s another part of the personality of his swing,” his father says. “We worked on keeping it down, and he couldn’t hit the ball at all. So we forgot about that.” Thomas also notes that Justin’s hips have turned much more than his shoulders through impact.

    • Honestly, I was just thinking about that. It’s no secret that youth is playing a big part as to how he swings now. He will have to change come the future. Injuries are coming his way, if he is not dealing with something or another already. It is all on how he sees his golf career being routed. He can play til he drops, or take heed of the body and plot for the long and the steady. It’s his game so it will be done his way!

  3. This is basic 101, no frills golf. Titleist MB’s, 3w, driver, and a few rusty wedges. No slots, ports, flexing faces, tungsten, etc… (his 2 iron has some tungsten but he gets a pass for even having a 2 iron in the bag.)

    …nobody to blame but yourself out there on the golf course.

      • as does the fairway wood, and to a lesser extent the hybrid and the putter…. and i am sure there aren’t a whole lot of guys on tour blaming their equipment for anything.

    • Even if it’s GI clubs, you still have nobody to blame but yourself. It’s never the equipment just how you use it. MB’s just feel so solid of good strikes. And pro’s who have real confidence in their ball striking will play blades. Sometimes that feeling just gives you more confidence as well. He generates so much club head speed that he doesn’t need the help of hybrids. Probably launches too high for him which is why he sticks with a five wood.