There are enduring traditionalists in a world of rapid developments in golf technology. The top golfers still uses their tried-and-true old clubs, like Henrik Stenson and Adam Scott. Modern clubs, which are advancing quickly, serve as a monument to the timeless significance of golfing classics.

5 golfers who don’t use the newest clubs

  1. Henrik Stenson 

Henrik Stenson has clung to a vintage gem among the current crop of golf clubs: the Callaway Diablo Octane Tour 3 wood, a constant friend since 2009. The Granfalloy Blue shaft, a miracle that has been discontinued but is still present in a treasure trove of extras, is the heart of the club. Stenson’s devotion to this artifact personifies the axiom in golf that says you should have faith in the equipment that helped you develop your skill.

 

Club Type Brand/Model Specifications Shaft
Driver Callaway Paradym 8.5 degrees Project X HZRDUS Yellow Hand Crafted 60 6.5
3-wood Callaway Diablo Octane 13.5 degrees Grafalloy Blue
5-wood Callaway X Hot 17 degrees Grafalloy Blue
Irons Callaway Legacy Black 3-PW Nippon Pro Modus3 120X
Wedges Callaway Jaws MD5 52-10S, 58-8C Nippon Modus Tour 120 X
Putter Odyssey 2-Ball Ten N/A N/A
Ball Titleist Pro V1 N/A N/A
Shoes Ecco Biom H4 N/A N/A

 

2. Matt Fitzpatrick

Golf master Matt Fitzpatrick emerges as a monument to history in the ferocious Ryder Cup environment. He uses renowned TaylorMade M2 drivers from 2017, a traditional 917 fairway wood, and vintage Ping S55 irons, bucking the trend of current upgrades. Fitzpatrick’s devotion to these durable artifacts resonates with the music of golf’s illustrious past in a culture enthralled by cutting-edge innovations.

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Club Type Model Specs
Driver Titleist TSi3 9°, Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw Orange 65 TX shaft
3-wood Ping G430 Max 17.5°, Mitsubishi Tensei 1K Orange 75 TX shaft
7-wood Ping G410 20.5°, Mitsubishi Tensei CK 80TX shaft
Irons Ping i210 (4), Ping S55 (5-PW) Ping CFS X-flex shafts
Wedges Titleist Vokey SM9 52°, 56°, 60°, True Temper Dynamic Gold S300 shafts
Putter Custom Bettinardi Tour Dass BB1 flow tour dept

 

3. Patrick Reed

The Ping G400 driver is used by golf ace Patrick Reed, who used it to win the 2017 Masters. His dependable Callaway XR 16 3-wood from 2016 rounds out his equipment and demonstrates his familiarity with the classics. Reed’s expertise highlights the fact that in the game of golf, enduring talent combined with comfort with one’s go-to clubs reigns supreme.

Club Specifications Club
Driver GrindWorks Equinox (10.5 degrees) Driver
3-Wood Callaway Rogue ST LS (15 degrees) 3-Wood
Hybrid Callaway Apex Pro (18 degrees) Hybrid
3 Iron TITLEIST 716 T-MB (20 degrees) 3 Iron
4-Iron GrindWorks Cavity 202 PR (24 degrees) 4-Iron
Wedges Titleist Vokey SM9 ( Wedges

 

4. Adam Scott 

Adam Scott, a former world number one in golf, orchestrates a symphony of shots with the help of his Titleist 680MB irons and other Titleist clubs. His balletic ability on the greens captivates viewers with each swing, which blends precision and grace.

Category Club Shaft
Driver Ping G430 LST Graphite Design Tour AD DI-7 Wood Shaft
3-Wood TaylorMade Stealth Plus Graphite Design Tour AD DI-9x shaft
7-Wood TaylorMade Stealth Graphite Design Tour AD DI-9x shaft
Utility Irons Mizuno Pro Fli-Hi 2 & 3 irons KBS Tour Steel shaft
Irons Custom Adam Scott Miura Blades 4-9 iron KBS Tour Steel shaft
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5. Steve Stricker 

On the greens, Steve Stricker continues to be a staunch supporter of tradition and uses equipment from bygone eras like the venerable Vokey, the dependable SM6 wedge, the dependable 913 driver, and the dependable 915 fairway wood. These clubs, which are now ten years old, serve as evidence of his unwavering faith in their ability and illustrate that occasionally the classics stand the test of time.

 

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