Jon Rahm uses Callaway Apex TCB irons.
Rahm is one of the best putters in the world and his flat stick changed from an Odyssey 2-Ball Ten mallet with a red Stroke Lab shaft, to an Odyssey White Hot OG Rossie S in 2021.
Rahm signed with Callaway in January this year, and quickly cited the reason for the switch was “to win Majors”. Less than a year in, he is a Major champion and the Spaniard has clearly struck up quite the partnership with Callaway. Since making the switch, Rahm has needed little to no time to adjust.
Rory McIlroy uses TaylorMade P730 Rors Proto irons. Rory McIlroy uses TaylorMade P730 Rors Proto irons. Rory McIlroy uses the TaylorMade Spider X Hydro Blast putter and TaylorMade TP5X golf ball.
Dustin Johnson uses TaylorMade's TP5x golf ball.
Phil Mickelson uses the TaylorMade Original One Mini Driver and Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero fairway woods. Phil Mickelson uses Callaway X Forged UT, X21 UT Proto and Apex MB '21 irons.
He's also now a member of Callaway Golf's tour staff, having been lured away from TaylorMade. Rahm enters this week's Sentry Tournament of Champions having signed a multiyear agreement with Callaway where he eventually will play a full bag of the company's clubs and golf ball.
Rahm, who rotates between a 22-degree Callaway X Forged UT Prototype and an 18-degree Epic Speed Triple Diamond T 5-wood, finally tapped the new Rogue ST after noticing a higher launch with the same spin and distance during testing.
Callaway. According to Callaway Golf, 18 PGA Tour players, 17 European Tour players and five LPGA players use the company's clubs. Phil Mickelson, Stuart Appleby and Ernie Els are among the PGA pros who carry the FT Tour driver.
Brooks Koepka uses Srixon ZX7 irons.
Rahm uses a interlocking grip style for woods and irons giving him both control and accuracy. Jon uses a neutral hand position to help prevent hooks and slicing with his driver, fairway woods and irons. Jon uses the the very popular reverse overlap putting grip style to help keep the hands out of his putting stroke.
jpg. Rahm will be debuting his new Callaway clubs and Odyssey putter this week, after the Spaniard announced he had parted ways with TaylorMade and signed for Callaway.
In addition to stalwart Phil Mickelson, Callaway has a roster of young talent in its corner, including Chris Kirk, Hideki Matsuyama, Patrick Reed and Gary Woodland.
Rahm's driver loft sleeve setting is about as stock as it gets. Rahm's Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS driver is set up for high launch and low spin.
Bryson DeChambeau uses Cobra King Tour MIM irons that are all the same length as his seven iron. His irons start with a couple of Cobra King One Length Utility irons (4-5) before transitioning down to Cobra King One Length MiM Tour irons which go from six-iron down to pitching wedge.
Bryson was using a Cobra King Radspeed driver which had only 7.5 degrees of loft but in 2022 he has switched to a Cobra LTDx which only has five degrees of loft.
Interestingly, DeChambeau had some PXG and Cobra wedges in the bag for a while but now he has three Artisan prototypes with 47, 52 and 58 degrees of loft.
Johnson uses TaylorMade P730 DJ Proto Irons. Hehas recently been spotted using the SIM DHY utility iron but this comes in and out of the bag depending on the course conditions he is playing. The rest of his irons, from 3-iron to pitching wedge, are P730 DJ Proto irons.
They aren't blades compared to other clubs like the Mizuno or Titleist irons. But the standard P790 is a less forgiving iron and is played by top players like Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy.
Thomas, like many other professionals, uses the Pro V1x golf ball and has done for a good few years now.
While Jon Rahm for example uses Golf Pride's New Decade MultiCompound Midsize grips with only one tape wrap, Tony Fineau opts for Lamkin UTX Midsize Full Cord grips with 4 wraps of tape under the left hand and 3 wraps under the right hand.
Some of those players who put their trust in Srixon equipment on the PGA TOUR include Brooks Koepka, Hideki Matsuyama, Shane Lowry, Cameron Champ, and many more.