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Masters 2024: The clubs Scottie Scheffler used to win at Augusta National


Jamie Squire

During the final round of the 2024 Masters, Ludvig Aberg double bogeyed the 11th, Collin Morikawa doubled 9 and 11. Max Homa doubled 12. Those misssteps along with his own strong play allowed Scottie Scheffler to double his total of green jackets, picking up win No. 2 at Augusta National.

The miscues from his closest challengers are noted, but Scheffler was so strong over the last 11 holes that it likely wasn’t going to be matched regardless. Scheffler got up-and-down at the par-5 eighth for birdie then hit a lob wedge from 89 yards and spun it back to inches for a tap-in birdie at No. 9. He then stuck a wedge on No. 10 from 143 yards to nine feet and made that birdie putt to take a firm hold of the lead.

Scheffler kept the good times rolling, birdieing the par-5 13th and then dropping a 153-yard pitching wedge to inches on 14 to stretch the lead. A birdie on 16 made it four up with two to go. Game. Over.

It was a Tiger-esque performance from a man who’s TaylorMade P7TW irons are based off Woods’ muscleback blades. “I grew up playing Nike clubs like Tiger, so these had a special appeal to me,” Scheffler told Golf Digest in 2022. “I figured if he was using the irons they had to be pretty good.” Scheffler’s irons have True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts and Golf Pride Tour Velvet grips.

Scheffler also continued his recent hot putting, ranking third in putting average for the week. Scheffler changed to a TaylorMade Spider Tour X X1 mallet putter from his Scotty Cameron blade at last month's Arnold Palmer Invitational after doing extensive testing at home. The putter is a half-inch longer than his previous gamer and has an L-Neck hosel and TaylorMade’s True Path alignment aid on top with a full line sightline on top. The putter has 3 degrees of loft with a lie angle of 72 degrees. The insert is an 80/20 TaylorMade Pure Roll insert and the grip is a Golf Pride pistol. Since the switch, Scheffler has won the API, the Players and now the Masters.

And for those wondering about the number 5 on Scheffler’s Titleist Pro V1, there’s an interesting reason. “I use high numbers 5 through 8 instead of 1 through 4 because it’s easier to identify,” he said. “I’ve just hit the wrong ball a few too many times.”

Hitting the wrong ball seemed about the only way to keep Scheffler from winning Masters No. 2.

What Scottie Scheffler had in the bag at the 2024 Players

Ball: Titleist Pro V1

Driver: TaylorMade Qi10 (Fujikua Ventus Black 7X), 8 degrees

3-wood: TaylorMade Qi10, 15 degrees

Irons (3-4): Srixon ZU85; (5-PW): TaylorMade P7TW

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM8 (50, 56 degrees); Titleist Vokey SM9 WedgeWorks prototype (60 degrees)

Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour X X1

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Among the improvements here—beyond better overall stability on mis-hits on the heel and toe and high and low—is the increased use of carbon composite in the crown. Now stretching almost seamlessly to the top of the face, the crown saves weight to help increase stability on off-center hits and to lower the center of gravity for reduced spin and better energy transfer. The structure of the channel in the sole now gives more at impact to deliver extra flex to the face for faster ball speed, particularly on lower hits on the face.

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