Equipment is accurate as of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play (3/26/17). 

Driver: TaylorMade 2017 M1 (10.5 degrees, set to 11)
Shaft: Fujikura Speeder Evolution 2.0 Tour Spec 661X
Specs: 45.75 inches, tipped 1 inch

Fairway Wood: TaylorMade 2017 M1 3HL (17 degrees, set to 16)
Shaft: Project X HZRDUS Black 6.5 (95 grams)
Length: 42.25 inches

Irons: TaylorMade UDi (2), TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB ’14 (3-PW)
Shafts: Project X HZRDUS Black 6.5 (105 grams), True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 (3-PW)

Wedges: TaylorMade Milled Grind (52-09 and 60-10)
Shaft: KBS Tour Wedge 130X Black Nickel

Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour Black
Grip: SuperStroke Pistol GT 1.0
Specs: 35 inches, 2.5 degrees, 69 degrees, E0

Golf Ball: TaylorMade TP5x

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Sport: Genesis Open - Round 1

Photo courtesy of TaylorMade.
Photo courtesy of TaylorMade.

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  1. Apart from the woods a surprisingly low tech set of clubs. Blades with x100s. I must remind our club slogger that DJ uses 6.5 in a Hazardus….he was pestering our Pro to get him a 7.0…

  2. I’ll bet if the average golfer tried to hit thoese MB irons they would be twenty yards shorter than they are now. One has to be realistic if Taylor made these for the public they would go broke they would all be returned because the average golfer could not hit them. I play a set of mizunos that are pretty close to that design but are a lot more forgiving. That would be a great iron if you are hitting 3000 balls a day.

    • The TP MB are available to the public. My Nike VR Pro blades are about 10 yards shorter for me compared to my 712 AP2’s. So yeah, if you are distance challenged do not play blades. Very accurate and consistent if you are a good ball striker though.

  3. Aren’t the MB 14 irons really just knock-offs of the incredibly famous and popular Mizuno MP 14 (MP 29, MP 37, etc.) ? Then again, perhaps some younger players don’t recognize those irons, so maybe it’s time to bring out the copies. That’s fine – I like it when companies recognize and use or re-use a “standard” pattern that’s worked for decades. There is absolutely no need to re-invent golf clubs every 6 months (or more often)

  4. I know it says 45.75″, but after watching most of the weekend and seeing him stand over his driver, I dont think there is any way its actually that long. I know he is a lot taller than the average player, but to me it never looked like his driver was THAT long.

    • You realize, the guy is TALL and lanky, right? Not like McIlroy? You saw then standing next to each other? McIlroy looked small. Not even that ripped. Same with when he stood next to Trump. But DJ is very tall. So the shaft can easily look shorter in his hands. TV can fool you like that.

  5. I love how DJ has brand new UDI and MB irons for this new season and yet TM are too stingy and dumb to give the public the same heads to sell. If they sold those clubs now, TM could kick the other company’s butts. They should re-release the UDI in 2, 3, 4 and 5 iron heads

  6. Loves the irons….wedges are nice too. What is up with TM’s paint jobs though? Like their white drivers and old white putters, they all get huge paint chips, that like DJ’s shown here will rust. Looks cheap and could be avoided with some quality control and better paint IMO.

    • I think the paint quality is by design. After about 6 months of use, the paint chips giving you the impression it is time to trade in those old clubs for some new ones…

  7. Nice to see some details. 69 degree lie angle with the putter and E0 swingweight. I don’t think the driver can be 10.5 set to 11. 11.25 maybe. Also wondering if he has a 59.25 lie angle or 56.5.

    • 1 click higher with a 1.5 degree sleeve? They’re available in +/- 1, 1.5 and 2 degrees you know. So 11 degrees is definitely possible. No idea if that’s the case though. Can’t tell unless you take the head off and look at the tip adapter.

        • For clarification – a 10.5 degree driver can NOT be set to 11 degrees. There are some settings within the 12 available that will move the loft 1/2 degree but not from 10.5 to 11. On a 10.5 head you can go from 8.5 to 9.0 or 12.0 to 12.5 but not from 10.5 to 11.

          • You guys do realize that just because the loft says 10.5 on your driver doesn’t mean it’s exactly 10.5, right?? Also, if DJ wants an 11* head they will find one that measures 11*. Any company will bend over backwards to get him whatever he wants in the exact specs he wants it

          • There are “tour” hosels that are less adjustable than the retail models. It’s absolutely possible he’s at 11 degrees. Just another example of something that’s available to the pros but not us peasants.

            *by the way, I accidentally hit “report” first instead of reply.. this was not intended*

          • They’ve always had ‘either flat-out different’ – or at least specially selected product for the tour staff. No problem checking each head / shaft etc to find the right one..sure to find +/- 1 degree variance in a box of heads…

      • When you are a pro playing on TV every week it safe to say you can play any loft, lie you want…there are several trailers parked over by the driving range with folks that will bend over backwards to make what you want. They will change your grips every bucket of balls if you want….

    • The first two clicks are .75 degrees and the last one is .5. It doesnt matter if you a 1.5 degree sleeve, those are still the increments. Maybe DJ has his club face measured to be 11 degrees, but a standard 10.5 M1 that is 1 notch high will be 11.25.

    • Yeah the rear club is the UDI-2, and the 3 MB is on the right, and the UDI-3 is the closest one. 4MB in the middle. I’m guessing he switches out the UDI-3 and 3MB depending on which course he’s playing. Insane that he plays a 4MB though. Most pros are moving away from that. Though he did try some other more forgiving clubs before too but seems to revert back to MBs.

  8. What noob is reporting this? He has a flatso countercore grip. Thought the website was for golf enthusiast, not ex golf galaxy employees who Couldnt find a job anywhere else.

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