What’s In The Bag: Andrea Lee


Let’s take a look at the bag of Andrea Lee, one of America’s finest golf prodigies in recent years

Today’s Golfer’s ‘What’s In The Bag’ insight is brought to you in association with Fujikura.

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Andrea Lee has been known to the golfing world from an extremely young age. The American started competing at the age of eight and by the age of 12 she had amassed 50 junior titles – a superstar in the making.

The Californian-born golfer attended Mira Costa High School where she helped lead her team to the state title in 2015, two years after winning the individual competition. At the collegiate level, Lee became the most decorated golfer in school history at Stanford University. A very impressive record considering Tiger Woods, Rose Zhang, Tom Watson, and many other very skilled golfers attended Stanford University.

Andrea Lee lifting the trophy after winning the 2022 Portland Classic

After turning professional in 2019, her rookie season on the LPGA Tour came in 2020. Her first season on the LPGA Tour was a very mixed bag of results, but her second season was nothing to write home about. Fortunately for Lee, in 2022 her performance picked up and she won for the first time after turning pro on the Epson Tour at the Casino Del Sol Golf Classic. Later that season she would find herself at the top of the pile again, this time on the LPGA Tour, winning the Portland Classic by one stroke over Ecuadorian golfer Daniela Darquea.

Following the victory on the LPGA Tour, Lee closed out the 2022 season with another two top 10s. At the start of this season, the 25-year-old wasn’t in the best form but she still did enough to take one of the automatic places for the 2023 USA Solheim Cup Team – she joined the team as a rookie in Spain.

Lee’s form has improved over the last few weeks and it’s shown in her results. The American played admirably as a rookie at the Solheim Cup and she will be hoping to represent her nation again in 2024.

What’s In The Bag: Andrea Lee

What driver does Andrea Lee use?

Andrea Lee uses a Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond Driver (9°) with a Graphite Design Tour AD IZ-4 Stiff shaft

Price: £599.00 / $599.99 RRP


Distance has never been a major aspect of Lee's game, her average distance this year on Tour is 242.8 yards off the tee - leaving her ranked 159th. However, she ranks very highly for the stat that matters - accuracy - where she sits 8th for the season, finding the fairway 81.57% of the time.

Read our full Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond Driver review

What fairway woods does Andrea Lee use?

Andrea Lee plays a Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond Fairway Wood (15°) with a Mitsubishi TENSEI AV Raw Blue 65 Stiff shaft

This is the first of two fairway woods Lee has in her bag. Lee made the switch to a Paradym Triple Diamond fairway wood at the start of the season - to match her driver. The Triple Diamond is the lower spinning and less forgiving head which makes it great for distance when you catch it but not if you slightly miss. Luckily, the LPA Tour star is an exemplary ball striker.

Read our full Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond Fairway Wood review.

<meta charset="utf-8">Andrea Lee uses a Callaway Rogue ST Max Fairway Wood (18°) with a Mitsubishi TENSEI AV Raw Blue 65 Stiff shaft

Rather than swapping her 5-wood with a Paradym, Lee continues to use a Rogue ST Max. It's very interesting that Lee has an unforgiving 3-wood, but opts for the most forgiving model 5-wood. The 18° Rogue ST Max is brilliant for attacking greens in two on par 5s - especially with the added forgiveness.

Read our full Callaway Rogue ST Max Fairway Wood review.

What hybrid does Andrea Lee use?

Andrea Lee plays with a <meta charset="utf-8">Callaway Mavrik Pro Hybrid (23°) with a Fujikura Pro shaft

Price: £249.00 / $249.99 RRP


This hybrid is from a few years ago, 2020 to be precise. This isn't as well used as other clubs in Lee's bag, but she definitely has a soft spot for this club because it hasn't been replaced just yet. The Mavrik Pro is once again the least forgiving model in the range which is surprising considering the irons Lee has in the bag.

Read our full Callaway Mavrik Pro Hybrid review.

What irons does Andrea Lee use?

Andrea Lee has a set of Callaway Apex 19 Irons (6-UW) with Nippon NSPro 950 Stiff shafts

Price: £99.99 / $137.49 (per club)


Lee's equipment is getting older and older the farther we travel through her bag. Her irons are from 2019, but if they're working why change? In her first two seasons on the LPGA Tour, Lee's GIR percentage wasn't anything special, but the last two seasons she's been in the top 25 both years - something has clicked.

Unlike the Triple Diamond and Pro models in her bag, the Apex 19 irons are very forgiving and strong lofted as well. This might be why she starts at a 6 iron and runs through to gap wedge (UW) rather than a more traditional 5 iron to pitching wedge.

Read our full Callaway Apex 19 Irons review.

What wedges does Andrea Lee use?

Andrea Lee has two <meta charset="utf-8">Callaway MD5 Jaws Wedges (54°/10S &amp; 60°/10S) with Nippon NSPro 950 Stiff shafts

Price: £149.00 / $159.99 RRP (per club)


Because of the gap wedge (UW) in Lee's bag, she only has room for two wedges and she goes with Callaway MD5 Jaws wedges in 54° and 60°, both with standard (10) bounce. Lee's short game is a strong part of her game. Because of her lack of distance off the tee, Lee focuses on having a quality short game.

Read our full Callaway MD5 Jaws Wedges review.

What putter does Andrea Lee use?

Andrea Lee plays with an <meta charset="utf-8">Odyssey White Hot OG Rossie DB Putter

Price: £239.99 / $199.99 RRP


You may have seen a similar putter in the hands of Jon Rahm, Lee hasn't always used this style of putter but she's found a lot of success on the greens with the flat stick. Her only win on the LPGA Tour did come with a different model putter and her putting stats have regressed since the swap - should she go back to her Odyssey WH OG #1?

Read our full Odyssey White Hot OG Rossie DB Putter review.

What golf balls does Andrea Lee use?

Andrea Lee reaches for Callaway Chrome Soft X Golf Balls

Rrp: £50.00

Price: £39.95
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It's no surprise that ALee opts for Callaway's most popular golf balls on Tour. As one of the best premium golf balls, they are found in most Callaway staffer's golf bags. They are a low-spinning soft golf ball that Tour players and amateurs alike enjoy. Greenside spin and control is very impressive and could be what helps the American perform as well as she does around the greens.

Read our full Callaway Chrome Soft X Golf Balls review.

Today’s Golfer’s ‘What’s In The Bag’ insight is brought to you in association with Fujikura.

Fujikura are leaders in performance shafts, and the brand is honored to regularly be the #1 driver and wood shaft on the PGA, LPGA, and DP World Tours.

In 2022 the brand’s Ventus platform mopped up 44.5% of all available PGA Tour wins, with the Masters and Open champions both playing the brand’s headline shaft unpaid. At the 2023 Masters, 39.1% of players used Fujikura driver shafts, with five of the final Top 10 choosing the brand’s super stable models.

In short Fujikura shafts are the shaft of choice of the world’s very best players.

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About the author

James Hogg is a Golf Equipment Writer for Today's Golfer, with expert knowledge in putters, golf balls, and apparel.

James Hogg – Golf Equipment Writer

James Hogg is a golf equipment writer for todays-golfer.com.

He has a degree in English Language from Newcastle University and an MA in Journalism from Kingston University.

James previously worked for American Golf alongside his studies as part of the sales and fitting team. Having worked in golf retail for seven years he has all the skills and knowledge necessary to review and recommend the perfect equipment for golfers of all abilities and has a strong knowledge of putters, golf balls, and golf apparel, including trousers.

Despite nobody else in James’ family playing golf he took a keen interest as a teenager which saw him become a junior member at Saltburn Golf Club, North Yorkshire. Since returning to Teesside in 2022 James has joined his home course, Cleveland Golf Club. His handicap index is 4.7 thanks to consistent distance off the tee.

Away from golf, James enjoys a multitude of sports, specifically watching Formula 1, American Football and Horse Racing. He’s also a proud supporter of Middlesbrough FC, likes cooking and reading travel literature.

James uses a Callaway Mavrik SZ DriverCallaway Mavrik SZ 3-WoodTaylorMade Stealth UDI 3-ironPing i210 Irons (4-PW), Cobra King Snakebite 50° Wedge, Mizuno S23 56° and 60° WedgesTaylorMade Spider X Putter and a TaylorMade Tour Response Stripe golf ball.

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