What’s In The Bag: Cameron Smith

What golf clubs and ball does Cameron Smith use? Our in-depth look at what’s in the bag of the LIV golfer and 150th Open champion.

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Just weeks ahead of the 151st Open Championship at Royal Liverpool, defending Champion Cameron Smith made a timely return to the winner’s circle with victory at the LIV Golf London event.

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A final round 68 at the Centurion Club was enough to hold off Patrick Reed by a stroke to claim his second title on the Saudi-backed LIV circuit.

Cameron Smith LIV London 2023 Winner

Smith won the PGA Player of the Year award in 2022, a year that also saw him make a highly controversial switch to the LIV Golf tour, for a reported $140m.

He made an impressive start there, too, finishing T-4 in his first LIV tournament and winning on his second start, taking home $4m for victory at the LIV Golf Invitational Chicago.

Cameron Smith won the LIV Golf Invitational Chicago.

Smith started 2022 by winning the Sentry Tournament of Champions with a record PGA Tour total of 34 under par, winning by one stroke over Jon Rahm and surpassing Ernie Els’ mark of 31-under at the same tournament in 2003.

Just two months later, Smith became the fifth Australian to win the Player’s Championship at TPC Sawgrass, which was perhaps the strongest indication yet that Smith was ready to compete for a Major.

Cameron Smith Sawgrass

And true to form, Smith went on to win that first Major by overcoming a 54-hole four-shot deficit to win the 2022 Open Championship, outshooting home favorite Rory McIlroy on the Old Course at St Andrew’s.

Smith’s latest victory prior to his win at the Centurion Club came in his native Australia, winning the Australian PGA Championship for the third time in his career.

Cameron Smith celebrating the W with his caddie.

A highly technical player known for his metronomic touch with the putter, Smith’s golf bag is full of clubs that pay testament to his versatility and tact.

Smith is a Titleist staff player and is among those who have been using the TSR3 driver, securing its first Major win at The Open in July 2022.

If you’re in the market for some new gear, find out how Smith’s clubs performed in our best equipment tests. Let’s take an in-depth look at what’s in Cameron Smith’s golf bag for 2023.

Cameron Smith is the 150th Open Champion.

Cameron Smith WITB

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What driver does Cameron Smith use?

Cameron Smith uses a Titleist TSR driver (10˚) with a Fujikura Ventus TR Blue 6X shaft

Rrp: $599.99

Price: $449.98
A player’s driver with optimal feel that provides speed, distance, and playability through precision tuning. 
Engineered for speed, distance, and playability with performance-tuned adjustability.

A refined and reimagined SureFit Adjustable CG Track System allows players to position the CG exactly where they need and want it, customizing their ideal and exact setup.

An advance in clubface technology, the TSR3’s Speed Ring VFT Face was created using a conical variable face thickness. This feature focuses the maximum CT/COR relationship into one central sweet spot.

Continuing upon the success of TSi3’s 460cc shape, TSR3 maintains the tour-preferred shaping while adding subtle refinements to improve aerodynamics. 

Read our full Titleist TSR3 driver review.
Lofts 8.0°, 9.0<meta charset
Stock grips Golf Pride TV 360 No Fill Flat Cap 58R
Adjustable hosel Yes

What fairway wood does Cameron Smith use?

Cameron Smith uses a Ping G430 Max fairway wood (15°) with a Fujikura Ventus TR Red 7X shaft

Price: £299.00 / $349.99 RRP
Smith has chopped and changed his fairway woods around over the last few years, now opting for the Ping G430 Max as his 3-wood of choice, he also carries a Titleist TS2 7-wood (21°). Previously, Smith has also used a Titleist TSi 3-wood.

Ping say their G430 Max model will fit more players than previous MAX offerings. You’ll want to be a golfer who doesn’t need much extra help to flight shots from the turf, you’ll likely spray shots across the face, but also be somebody who isn’t specifically flighting a persistent slice. For very moderate-speed players (that’s less than 85mph with a driver) there’s also a new High Launch setup that’s lighter and easier to launch.  

A new wrapped carbon crown frees up 10g of weight which is redistributed to lower the center of gravity. A tighter roll radius low on the face maximizes ball speed and reduces spin, so golfers can expect 5+ more yards on low-face impacts.

Compared to the previous G425 fairway wood, the center of gravity has been lowered, so golfers swinging between 90 – 105mph (with a driver) can expect a fraction more ball speed and launch (0.3mph and 0.2°), a little lower spin (-200 RPM) and crucially a 14% tighter dispersion.  

Read our full Ping G430 Max fairway wood review.
Lofts 3 – 15°, 5 – 18°, 7 – 21°, 9 - 24°
Stock shafts Ping Alta CB Black, Ping Tour 2.0 Chrome, Ping Tour 2.0 Black

What irons does Cameron Smith use?


Titleist T100s

Cameron Smith uses Titleist T100 irons with KBS Tour 130 X Custom Series shafts

Price: £164.00 / $185.00 RRP per club
The T100 iron is a modern players’ model aimed at better golfers and the most played on the PGA Tour.

Titleist’s T100 iron has been sharpened and modernized and, as with the other models in the T-Series, built around three key Ds – Distance, Dispersion, and Descent Angle.

Use of more dense D18 tungsten weights and the same 2000º brazing process used in aerospace construction has helped to eliminate weld points and create an even more precise CG placement for improved MOI. 

The new face features a continuous cradle construction that creates a seamless striking surface and more uniform leading edge. The 4i-7i faces were redesigned to provide slightly more spin for improved shot-shaping and stopping power.

Jordan Spieth, Will Zalatoris, Sungjae Im, Cameron Smith, Garrick Higgo and Jessica Korda, have all been involved in the design process which has seen the T100 spend more than 1,000 hours in Titleist’s players’ hands.

In addition to his T100 irons, Smith also carries a Mizuno Pro Fli-Hi 3-iron and Titleist T200 4-iron.

Read our full Titleist T100 irons review.
Available 3-GW (50°)
7-iron loft 34°
Stock shafts True Temper AMT White
Stock grips Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360

What wedges does Cameron Smith use?

Cameron Smith uses Titleist Vokey Design SM9 wedges (<meta charset="utf-8">46<meta charset="utf-8">º-10F, 52<meta charset="utf-8">º-08F, 56<meta charset="utf-8">º-08M, 60<meta charset="utf-8">º-09T) with KBS Tour 130X shafts

Price: £159.00 / $179.00 RRP per club
Bob Vokey’s creates arguably the best golf wedges. They are the most played on the PGA Tour and Titleist say SM9 offer offers the “Ultimate in Optionality” thanks to its seven grinds and lofts ranging from 46º to 62º.

Vokey’s years of research and experience have helped him determine that the optimum wedge strike position is between grooves two and five, which produces a lower, more consistent flight with higher spin. Shots struck above launch higher and fly shorter with less spin.

The SM9 further improves upon the groundbreaking Progressive Centre of Gravity (CG) design concept originally introduced with the Vokey Design SM8 in 2020.

The forward CG has been raised vertically by adding weight to the topline, where a tapered pad at the back of the toe helps align the CG properly without being visible from the playing position.

Read our full Titleist SM9 wedge review.
Lofts 46º-62º
Grinds Six options (F, S, M, K, L, D, T)
Stock shafts True Temper Dynamic Gold S200, KBS Tour Lite, Tensei AM2 Red

What putter does Cameron Smith use?

Cameron Smith uses a Scotty Cameron by Titleist 009 Prototype putter (3°) with a 35" shaft

Price: £429.00 / $449.99 RRP
Smith asked Scotty Cameron to make him a bespoke putter using his preferred combination of neck and head, having previously admitted to going through at least 20 different putters.

Scotty Cameron has been at the forefront of putter innovation for years both in the amateur game and in the professional game with their prototype putters. This year is no different as they bring some of the technology that has performed so well on the world stage to your everyday amateur golfers, with the Super Select line of putters.

The Super Select Newport 2 is the line's flagship model with a crisp, mechanical shape milled from 303 stainless steel with a solid face, customizable tungsten sole weights, a tri-sole design, new I-beam plumbing neck, and dual-milled face technology.

Read our full Scotty Cameron putter reviews.
Style Blade
Length options 33", 34", and 35"
Stock grips Pistolini Plus (Newport, Newport 2, and new Plus models)

What golf ball does Cameron Smith use?

Cameron Smith uses a Titleist Pro V1x golf ball

Best premium tour standard golf balls
Price: £50.00 / $55.00 RRP
Titleist have been manufacturing iterations of the Pro V1 and Pro V1x since the early 2000s and over time they have continuously increased in popularity - both on Tour and in the amateur game. Having amassed over 3000 Tour victories the Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x are the most successful golf balls in the professional game. From these golf balls, you get a reliable flight and ultimately a ball you can trust to perform well.

Both balls are extremely long off the tee and perform incredibly well approaching greens and in the short game. The Pro V1x is a firmer ball compared to the Pro V1 but still provides a lovely feel off every club in the bag. The Pro V1 and Pro V1x are much loved by many of the world's greatest golfers for their overall high-quality performance and feel, which warrants a premium price. To some, this is understandable because they are arguably the best golf balls.

For those golfers who require a lower compression golf ball that flies lower and spins less in the long game, the AVX is definitely worth trying as an alternative to the No.1 ball in golf.

Read our full Titleist Pro V1 & Pro V1x golf balls reviews


  • Tighter dispersion than the previous model
  • Brilliant distance for quicker swing speeds
  • Exceptional spin on approach shots
  • Fantastic feel off the club face
  • Played by a host of the world's best golfers


  • Urethane cover marks quite easily
Construction Pro V1 - 3-piece | Pro V1x 4-piece
Cover Cast urethane elastomer
Compression Pro V1 - 87-90 | Pro V1x - 97-100
Dimples Pro V1 - 388 | Pro V1x - 348
Feel Pro V1 - soft | Pro V1x - firm
Flight Pro V1 - mid | Pro V1x - high
Long game spin Pro V1 - very low | Pro V1x - low
Short game spin High
Color options White; Yellow
Alternative models Pro V1x Left Dash
  • High gradient core design
  • Speed amplifying high-flex casing layer
  • Cast thermoset urethane cover
  • Spherically tiled tetrahedral dimple design
  • New dual-core dimension (Pro V1x only)

What golf glove does Cameron Smith wear?

Cameron Smith wears a Penguin Double Piped golf glove

Price: £19.99 / $35.00 RRP
As a Penguin brand ambassador, Cameron Smith wears a Penguin golf glove.

Penguin golf gloves are crafted from premium soft Cabretta leather that stays pliable through multiple uses. Perforation along the fingers enhances ventilation and an adjustable Velcro closure helps you achieve a secure fit. This glove has been finished with dual-color piping along the wrist and a rubber Pete patch on the closure.

Read our best golf gloves 2023 review.
Material Cabretta Leather
Closure Adjustable Velcro
Sizes S-XL

What golf shoes does Cameron Smith wear?

Cameron Smith wears FootJoy golf shoes

Price: $159.95
Hyperflex sees FootJoy take the use of carbon fiber to another level, developing a power plate on the sole to help golfers with stability and ground leverage.

The plate is partnered with an OrthoLite 'fitbed' that's designed to mold to your feet over time for a perfect fit. We're only a few rounds in with our pair, but the fit has definitely improved and it was impressive enough straight out of the box.

The HyperFlex is a comfortable trainer-style model but it still has the benefits of a year-round shoe. It has a 100% waterproof knit upper that is breathable, comfortable, and, vitally, has a stain-protected easy-to-clean upper.

The new padded heel gave us added comfort and support and the knitted bootie is integrated into a thermoplastic wrap that surrounded our feet and helped control lateral movement. It also kept our feet stable through the swing.

Read our full FootJoy HyperFlex Carbon golf shoes review.
Sizes 6-12
Colors 2
Waterproof Yes

What golf clothing does Cameron Smith wear?

Cameron Smith wears Original Penguin clothing

Price: £55.00 / $90.00 RRP
Cameron Smith is an official Original Penguin ambassador and rocks the Mineapolis-based apparel company's iconic Pete the Penguin logo.

Original Penguin (Perry Ellis Int) CEO, Oscar Feldenkreis said: "Cameron Smith is a proven winner on the PGA Tour and we are thrilled to continue our relationship and have him as an Original Penguin brand ambassador for years to come."

The brand's strong influence of humor, fun, and attention to detail can be seen throughout the Penguin clothing range, especially with this featured 'Have A Beer' print polo shirt.

Read our best golf polo shirts 2023 review.
Sizes S-2XL
Material 56% Polyester, 30% Recycled Polyester, 14% Elastane


– WITB Keegan Bradley
– WITB Rickie Fowler

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About the author

Ross Tugwood is a Golf Equipment Writer for Today's Golfer.

Ross Tugwood
Golf Equipment Writer

Ross Tugwood is a golf equipment writer for todays-golfer.com, specializing in data, analytics, science, and innovation.

Ross is passionate about optimizing sports performance and has a decade of experience working with professional athletes and coaches for British Athletics, the UK Sports Institute, and Team GB.

He has post-graduate degrees in Performance Analysis and Sports Journalism, enabling him to critically analyze and review the latest golf equipment and technology to help you make better-informed buying decisions.

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