STORYWinner of five PGA Tour events, including the 2022 Sentry Tournament of Champions and the Players.
TIME TRAVELI bought a Titleist 975D driver, a Titleist PT 15 fairway wood and a set of Maxfli Australian Blade irons on the Internet a few years ago and had the guys from Titleist send me a dozen balata balls. I wanted to try the old equipment. The balls were done after a few rounds. They cut pretty easily. —With Ron Kaspriske
I like having the adjustable hosel set in the A-1 [neutral] position. I want a driver with control, and that allows me to easily feel like I can find the start line a little left of the target and hit a gentle fade. It controls the spin better, too.
SPECSTitleist TSi2, 15°, Fujikura Ventus Blue 8X shaft; Titleist TSi2, 21°, UST Mamiya Elements Red 8F5 X shaft.
For me, a 5-wood into a green might go 30 yards farther than I want if I hit it off the toe. My 7-wood is more consistent and better out of the rough.
SPECSMizuno Pro Fli-Hi (3-iron), Titleist T100 (5-9), Titleist Vokey SM9 (PW), KBS Tour 130 Custom Matte Black X shafts, Golf Pride Tour Velvet Super Tack grips.
When Titleist brought out the black heads, I fell in love with them. I was using the black shafts before that, so it completed the look. It makes the irons look a lot tighter, a lot neater.
SPECSTitleist Vokey SM9 (52, 56 degrees); Titleist Vokey WedgeWorks prototype (60 degrees), KBS Tour 130 Custom Matte Black X shafts.
I have three 60-degree wedges I choose from based on conditions. I mostly use the T grind with 4 degrees of bounce because we play on tight, firm turf.
SPECSScotty Cameron by Titleist 009 tour prototype, 35 inches, 3.5 degrees of loft.
I used to go through a lot of putters. I have at least 20. Now I feel it’s better to not change so often. I like the way this putter sits. I was using a putter with a larger head, but it had this neck on it. I said if I could get this neck on a 009 head, I’d use it. They made it for me.
TALE OF TAILS
Scotty Cameron saw I was growing my hair out into a mullet and made this putter cover for me. It’s actually a crawfish tail. That’s as close as they could get. I think it looks pretty cool.
This Anzac coin serves as my ball marker. It’s representative of the Australian/New Zealand Army Corps. My caddie is from New Zealand, and I’m Australian, so I feel this coin symbolizes our connection.
ON THE LINE
My Titleist Pro V1x is marked with a purple line, but I don’t usually use it to line up the ball to the hole. I found that sometimes it took away from my natural feel, and I would hit bad putts.