What’s In The Bag: Emily Kristine Pedersen


What golf clubs and balls does Emily Kristine Pedersen use? Today’s Golfer reviews what’s in the bag of the five-time European Tour winner

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

Emily Kristine Pedersen turned professional in 2015 following a highly successful amateur career in which she won the European and British Amateur Ladies Championships. She was named Ladies European Tour Rookie of the Year in her debut season in which she claimed her first professional silverware at the Hero Women’s Indian Open.

Pederen’s breakthrough season however was in 2020, registering four victories on the European Tour, three of those being consecutive events, securing the LET Order of Merit, and the award of LET Player of the Year for 2020.

Emily Kristine Pedersen wins the Andalucia 2020 Open

Pedersen has represented Team Europe in the Solheim Cup on three occasions (2017, 2021, and 2023), memorably holding the winning putt in 2021 as Europe defeated the USA by 15 points to 13 at the Inverness Club, Ohio. She was named as one of Suzann Pettersen’s four Captain’s Picks for the 2023 edition of the competition.

Pedersen has yet to register a top-ten finish in a Major championship but did fall just three strokes short of winning a bronze medal for her native Denmark at the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympics, ending T5.

The Dane is known for being one of the longer hitters in the game and as a Titlesit staff player, carries a full set of clubs from the brand. Let’s take a look at her models of choice…

What driver does Emily Kristine Pedersen use?

Emily Kristine Pedersen uses a Titleist TSR3 driver (10°) with a Mitsubishi Tensei Pro White stiff shaft

Price: £529.00 / $599.99 RRP


Titleist’s TSR drivers only launched as recently as October 2022, but with swarms of new models hitting the market, TSR already feels a bit old hat. The 3 is very much a players’ driver, designed for golfers who don’t spray shots all around the driver face.

Thanks to the TSR3's traditionally shaped profile and strong performance, it has been a hit among tour pros as a consistent and reliable driver. With 0.7mph of ball speed and just over a handful of carry distance yards separating the TSR3 from our fastest and longest models, we can see why decent players and consistent strikers would plump for this model.

With a carry distance of 275 yards, the TSR3 comes in at 7 yards less than the Ping G430 LST which came out on top in the low spin test at 282 yards. Not what many Titleist fans want to hear but it was one of the fastest drivers off the face and a consistent driver across the board, so long as you can find that consistency across the face the driver should perform for you.

Read our full Titleist TSR3 driver review.



Lofts 8°, 9°, 10°, 11°
Stock shafts HZRDUS Black 4G, Mitsubishi Tensei AV Blue HZRDUS Red CB, Mitsubishi Tensei 1K Black
Adjustable hosel Yes

What fairway wood does Emily Kristine Pedersen use?

Emily Kristine Pedersen uses a Titleist TSR2 fairway wood (16.5°) with a Graphite Design Tour AD UB7 stiff shaft

Price: 289.00 / $349.99 RRP


Titleist's reputation for making equipment aimed at good players can be pretty intimidating to the lesser skilled. Credit where credit is due then, Titleist’s more forgiving TSR 2 fairway wood is very friendly and forgiving, hitting shots into our second-smallest dispersion area of any fairway on test.

The TSR launched in 2022, so it’s not part of the very latest crop of new fairway woods to hit the market, but expect to see it in Titleist’s line-up throughout 2023 and beyond.

The TSR 2 was nine yards back from our very longest fairway wood, but its attractive head shape and profile, an array of stock shaft options, and a good range of lofts mean we can see how the family could be dialed in to suit reasonable speed but less consistent club golfers.

Read our full Titleist TSR 2 fairway wood review.



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What hybrid does Emily Kristine Pedersen use?

Emily Kristine Pedersen uses a Titleist TSi2 hybrid (21°) with a Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black RDX stiff shaft

Price: 249.00 / $259.99 RRP


Pedersen carries just the one hybrid in her bag to bridge the gap between her three-wood and irons, opting for the extremely forgiving TSi2 with 21° of loft.
Lofts 18°, 21°, 24°
Stock shafts Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw, Project X HZRDUS
Stock grip Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360
Adjustable hosel Yes

What irons does Emily Kristine Pedersen use?

Emily Kristine Pedersen uses Titleist T100 irons (5-9) with KBS Tour shafts

Price: £164.00 / $185.00 RRP per club


Pedersen games one of the Tour's most popular Titleist irons - the T100 from 5 through to 9-iron. She also carries a Titleist T200 4-iron as a longer-distance option.

The T100 iron is a modern players’ model aimed at better golfers and the most played on the PGA Tour. Aberg opts for the slightly older 2019 model of the T100.

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.

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 Emily Kristine Pedersen use?

Emily Kristine Pedersen uses Titleist Vokey Design SM9 wedges (46°, 52°, 56°, 58°) with KBS Tour shafts

Price: £169.00 / $179.99 RRP


Titleist's wedge guru, Bob Vokey, rarely puts a foot wrong, and the Vokey SM9 wedges are no exception. In fact, we'd go as far as to say the Titleist Vokey Design SM9 wedges are the most versatile, accurate, and forgiving wedges the legendary designer has ever created.

There's an extensive range of grinds available, meaning you can find the perfect fit for your swing type (steep, neutral, shallow) and the course conditions you normally play (firm, neutral, soft). That does mean that a fitting is required to make sure you're getting the best-fitting wedge for your individual needs.

Read our full Titleist Vokey SM9 wedges review.



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What putter does Emily Kristine Pedersen use?

Emily Krisitne Pedersen uses a Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Timeless putter

Price: 429.00 / $449.99 RRP


You can't talk about the best blade putters without looking at Scotty Cameron. We feel the Newport 2 is a better option than the Newport, just because it has slightly sharper edges which help align things, but there's not much in it. The Super Select family is all about creating the most desirable and aspirational putters out there.

The Newport and Newport 2 have been Scotty Cameron’s most popular models for years now, but in 2023, with wide-body blade putters trending upwards, there’s a new plus-sized Newport and Newport 2, which nudge up forgiveness and look a little less intimidating.

Scotty Cameron has never really bought into inserts or face grooves, so each Super Select model comes with a simple milled face and a fuss-free misted, stainless steel finish. If you want a beautiful, inspiring, tour-validated blade putter, a Scotty Cameron Newport 2 will hit the spot.



Style Blade
Stock grip Pistolini Plus
Loft 3.5°

What golf ball does Emily Kristine Pedersen use?

Emily Kristine Pedersen uses a Titleist Pro V1 golf ball

Price: £50.00 / $54.99 RRP


Titleist’s flagship balls were played by all four Major winners in 2022, with Scottie Scheffler using the Pro V1 for his victory at the Masters and as he rose to No.1 in the world. Former World No.1 Justin Thomas used the Pro V1x as he lifted his second PGA Championship before Matt Fitzpatrick secured his maiden Major at the US Open with the Pro V1x. And there was another Grand Slam success for the Pro V1x at The 150th Open, where Cameron Smith sealed the Claret Jug.

On the PGA and DP World Tours, it’s more a case of who doesn’t use a Pro V1 or Pro V1x. Some of the biggest names include Jordan Spieth, Will Zalatoris, Viktor Hovland, Tony Finau, Adam Scott, Tom Kim, Max Homa, Cameron Young, Tyrrell Hatton, Seamus Power, and Sungjae Im.

Read our full Titleist Pro V1 golf ball review.
Colour White
Layers Three-piece
Cover Cast urethane elastomer

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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