What’s In The Bag: Nelly Korda


What golf clubs does Nelly Korda use? We take a look at what’s in the bag of the Major winner, Olympic champion and former women’s World No.1.

In her six years on the LPGA Tour, Korda has 46 career top-10 finishes, eight of which came in 2022 and she is now an eight-time winner on the LPGA Tour with her most recent victory coming at the 2022 Pelican Women’s Championship.

Nelly Korda with the Pelican's Women's Championship trophy, her 7th LPGA Tour title.

She became a major champion back in 2021 winning the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at the Atlanta Athletic Club, where Korda won by three strokes over Lizette Salas after shooting 68 in the final round.

Korda won golf’s Olympic gold at the Tokyo Olympics in 2021 becoming only the second woman in history to reach this feet as she edged her way to a one-shot victory over Mone Inami and Lydia Ko who claimed Silver and Bronze.

Nelly Korda won Olympic Golf gold for USA at Tokyo 2020.

Nelly has the edge over older sister Jessica Korda, who has six LPGA titles and is still searching for her first major. Both sisters played together in the 2019 and 2021 Solheim Cup teams.

For 2023, Korda has signed a multi-year deal with TaylorMade to play a full bag of their equipment, including their TP5 ball. She’s continuing to test TaylorMade’s equipment to get the perfect bag but, in the meantime, will continue to game her Scotty Cameron Special Select Squareback 2 Tour Prototype.

“I signed with TaylorMade because of their proven ability to elevate the game of the best golfers in the world,” Korda said. “It is clear that they share my passion for working as hard as possible to be in the best position to win. I’m thrilled to be a part of Team TaylorMade.”

Korda joined TaylorMade just a few days after signing a deal with Nike Golf to wear the brand’s apparel and shoes.

Let’s take an in-depth look at Nelly Korda’s golf bag for 2023.

What driver does Nelly Korda use?

Nelly Korda uses a TaylorMade Stealth 2 HD Driver (9°)

Best for distance with forgiveness


The Stealth HD stands for ‘High Draw’…not your first guess, right? Featuring the traditional red and black livery that we have become accustomed to since the launch of the Stealth family, the 2 HD is one of the most forgiving high-performing drivers on the market. TaylorMade has used weight-saving advancements to boost forgiveness as opposed to speed, addressing feedback that the first-generation Stealth drivers were not the most forgiving.
This second-generation model launches 1° higher and reduces spin by 200-300 RPM, meaning you can expect a fraction more distance along with additional forgiveness. Thanks to a shorter neck, the shaft length of the HD comes up ¼ inch shorter than the other models in the Stealth family. This shorter lever has been crafted to inspire confidence and encourage more sweet-spot contacts.

Read our full TaylorMade Stealth 2 HD driver review.


  • Increased sweet spot size
  • Excellent distance and forgiveness performance
  • Great looking, confidence-inspiring


  • Very slow swing speeds might prefer a longer shaft
Lofts 9°, 10.5°, 12°
Stock shafts Fujikura Speeder NX Red
Adjustable hosel +/- 2°
Stock grips Golf Pride Z-Grip Plus2 Black/Red

What fairway wood does Nelly Korda use? 

Nelly Korda uses a TaylorMade Stealth 2 fairway wood (15° and 21°)

Best for high launching
Price: £299.00 / $349.99



The Stealth 2 fairway woods are an excellent fit for most reasonable speed club golfers.

TaylorMade like to refer to them as their cheat code, so long as you don’t find launching modern fairways from the deck a challenge, they’ll be one of the longest and most forgiving fairway woods available in 2023.  

Thanks to lowering the center of gravity inside the Stealth 2 head, the high CT area is more aligned with where golfers impact shots when hitting from the turf. The idea is simple but it means shots are easier to flight, with additional speed. TaylorMade have achieved it by reducing face and crown height by 2mm and positioning sizeable internal mass towards the rear of the head.

Read our full TaylorMade Stealth 2 fairway woods review.


  • Low center of gravity enabling a high launch
  • Easy to align with target
  • Will appeal to all players with reasonable swing speeds


  • No adjustable hosel but multiple loft options
Lofts 3W - 15° / 3W HL - 16.5° / 5W - 18° / 7W - 21° / 9W - 24°
Stock shafts Fujikura Ventus Red TR
Adjustable hosel No

What irons does Nelly Korda use?

Nelly Korda uses TaylorMade P770 irons (5-6) and TaylorMade P7MC irons (7-PW)


Thanks to tungsten weighting inside a hollow body construction, the P770 irons have a slightly higher MOI than the P7MC, which is good for hitting straight shots.

In our test, the TaylorMade P770 produced a ball speed 0.8 mph faster than the same loft P7MC. Shots launched higher and the ball hit the green at a steeper angle, whilst also adding 3 yards of additional carry distance.

Read our full TaylorMade P770 iron review.


  • High launch
  • Good distance for the loft
  • Hold greens brilliantly


  • Slot and screw detract from looks
Stock shaft KBS Tour
7-Iron loft 34°
Forgiveness rating 2 - 2.5/5

What wedges does Nelly Korda use?

Rory McIlroy uses TaylorMade MG3 Wedges (50° and 54°)

Best blade golf wedge


Read our full TaylorMade MG3 wedge review.


  • Beautiful looks
  • Very high spin rate
  • Extremely consistent distances


  • Less forgiving than cavity backs
Lofts: 46° / 50° / 52° / 54° / 56° / 58° / 60°
Grind options: Standard Bounce, Low Bounce, High Bounce, Tiger Grind
Finishes: Satin Chrome, Satin Black
Stock shaft: True Temper Tour Issue S200

What putter does Nelly Korda use?

Nelly Korda uses a Scotty Cameron by Titleist Special Select Squareback 2 Tour Prototype putter

Price: £429.00 / $449.99 RRP



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 Nelly Korda use?

Nelly Korda uses a TaylorMade TP5 golf ball

Best tour standard distance golf balls

Rrp: £49.99

Price: £35.75
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Since the TP5 and TP5x were first introduced by TaylorMade in 2017 they have been a serious competitor to the Pro V1 and Pro V1x on Tour and in the amateur game. Until TaylorMade unveiled their TP5 and TP5x golf balls, no brand had ever produced a five-piece golf ball. The combination of layers delivers a golf ball that flies consistently well with good distance and optimal spin from every club.

As a challenger to the best golf ball in professional golf, TaylorMade enhanced the technology within their TP5 and TP5x to make them even more competitive at a more reasonable price. For those looking for assistance with alignment and an easier ball to see there is the Pix option with the TP5 and TP5x which not only adds vibrancy to the golf balls but also clearpath alignment to help roll in the putts.

Read our full TaylorMade TP5 golf ball review


  • More penetrating flight than the previous model
  • Long distance for quicker swing speeds
  • Exceptional spin and control around the greens
  • Premium feel off every club


  • Urethane cover not the most durable
Construction 5-piece
Cover Cast urethane
Compression TP5 - 87 | TP5x - 97
Dimples 322
Feel TP5 - very soft | TP5x - soft
Flight TP5 - mid-high | TP5x - high
Long game spin Low
Short game spin TP5 - very high | TP5x - high
Color options White; Yellow
Alternative models TP5 Pix; TP5x Pix
  • New seamless tour flight dimple pattern
  • Speed-layer system
  • High-flex material

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About the author

Will Shreeve-Peacock is a golf equipment writer for Today's Golfer.

Will Shreeve-Peacock
Golf Equipment Writer

Will Shreeve-Peacock is a golf equipment writer for todays-golfer.com, specializing in golf shoes, GPS watches, rangefinders, and training aids.

He has a degree in journalism from Sheffield Hallam University and four years of experience working in golf retail with American Golf. Will was part of the sales and fitting team, making him the perfect man to review golf equipment.

Trained by a range of manufacturers, including Titleist and TaylorMade, to enhance his product knowledge, Will has all of the skills required to recommend the perfect equipment for amateur golfers.

Will started playing golf more than a decade ago at Thorney Lakes Golf Club, Cambridgeshire and is now a member at Burghley Park Golf Club in Stamford, Lincolnshire. His handicap index is 5.8, largely thanks to his scratch-standard short game.

Away from golf, Will enjoys going to the gym, cooking, spending time with his friends, and watching his beloved Manchester United.

Will uses a Cobra LTDx DriverCobra LTDx 3-WoodTaylorMade P790 2-ironCallaway X Forged 18 Irons (4-PW)Wilson Staff Model Wedges (52°, 58°)TaylorMade White smoke IN-12 Blade putter and the TaylorMade TP5x Golf ball.

When he’s not testing golf shoes, he chooses to wear FootJoy Hyperflex or Under Armour Charged Phantom. He uses a Shotscope Pro L2 rangefinder, and his favorite training aid is the PuttOut Pressure Putt Trainer and mat.

You can contact Will via email or follow him on Twitter here.

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