What’s In The Bag: Georgia Hall


Today’s Golfer takes a look inside the bag of 2018 British Open Champion and four-time Solheim Cup player, Georgia Hall.

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

A first Major win at the 2018 Women’s British Open launched Englishwoman Georgia Hall onto the golfing world map, finishing two strokes ahead of Pornanong Phatlum at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club.

She ended this breakthrough season by winning the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit for a second successive season, becoming the youngest player in history to defend the title.

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Further wins in 2020 at the Cambia Portland Classic and 2022 Aramco Saudi Ladies International have helped Hall climb her way back up the Women’s Golf World Rankings, re-entering the top ten for the first time since her Major triumph in May 2023.

Her position in the world rankings secured Hall a place on the European Team for the 2023 Solheim Cup in Andalucia, Spain – where she will make her fourth appearance.

Hall has a bag predominantly filled with Callaway clubs, however, mixes in contributions from Titleist and Bettinardi as well. Let’s take a look inside the bag of Georgia Hall.

What driver does Georgia Hall use?

Georgia Hall uses a Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond driver (9°) with a Fujikura Speeder Evolution shaft

Price: 599.00 / $599.99 RRP


Callaway have done away with their LS marque for 2023, so if you’re looking for a low-spin Callaway model, Triple Diamond is the way to go.

The low-spinning Paradym Triple Diamond driver is a popular choice with tour pros, with many Callaway players seeing an increase of 2-3mph ball speed over the previous Rogue ST model.

In our driver’s test, we found that the Paradym Triple Diamond will be a cracking driver when it’s in the right hands. If you swing with the speed and consistency of Jon Rahm and Xander Schauffele, this may be the perfect driver for you. The chances are that many of you reading this don’t swing as precisely as these tour players so may want to look for a low-spin driver with a little more forgiveness.

TG’s test pro Neil Wain said when hit out the middle the Paradym Triple Diamond is a rocket. This is proven in our test, with the Paradym Triple Diamond ranking second for carry distance. However, testing also showed that anything hit off-center was punished severely by the Paradym, resulting in a 59-yard-left-to-right dispersion.

Read our full Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond driver review.



Lofts: 8° / 9° / 10.5°
Stock shaft: Aldila Ascent, HZRDUS Silver, HZRDUS Black, Mitsubishi Kai’li White
Stock grip Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 (50g)
Adjustable hosel Yes

What fairway wood does Georgia Hall use?

Georgia Hall uses a Callaway Paradym fairway wood (15°) with a Fujikura Speeder Evolution shaft

Price: £379.00 / $379.99 RRP


The Callaway Paradym is a seriously good-looking fairway wood.

The head sits beautifully square, the face grooves highlight the center of the face and the size is more friendly than frighteningly compact.

Paradym was our 3rd fastest and joint 3rd longest (252 yards) fairway wood, so it's an impressive package.

But the addition of an adjustable hosel has seen Paradym's price reach an eye-watering level, which we think will be prohibitive to non-Callaway fans. If you are a Callaway fan and willing to stump up the money, then you're getting a great all-rounder fairway wood.

Read our full Callaway Paradym fairway wood review.



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Stock grip Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 (50g), Women's Lamkin ST Soft Undersized (44g)
Adjustable hosel Yes

What hybrid does Georgia Hall use?

Georgia Hall uses a Callaway Mavrik hybrid (19°)

A mid-sized profile and a square toe very much like the Rogue it replaces. Full-face grooves give a similar look to a long iron.

Read our full Callaway Mavrik hybrid review.
Lofts 3H-18 / 4H-20 / 5H-23 / 6H-26
Stock shaft UST Helium Black 40g / 50g, Project X Catalyst 55g / 65g / 75g
Adjustable hosel No

What irons does Georgia Hall use?

Georgia Hall uses Callaway Apex Pro irons (5-PW) with Nippon NS Pro 950 shafts

Price: £1,099 (s), £1,399 (g) RRP


One of the benefits golf club engineers tout when explaining thin, fast-face, hollow body irons is how these designs provide an increase in launch angle. The big win here is that the extra launch also often translates into increased shot height and a steeper descent angle, which means stronger lofted irons can perform like their weaker lofted counterparts. That means golfers gain ball speed and distance but also get shots to stop upon hitting the green.

Our data for the Apex 21 Pro completely supports that theory, but what really impresses us about this cracking hollow body design (which some golfers feel can give less shot-to-shot consistency) is how over the several times we’ve tested it, the model has given our test pro a tight and consistent carry distance drop-off and shot dispersion area, which many wouldn’t expect from a hollow body model.

See the Apex 21 Pro as one of the most forgiving players’ irons available and you won’t be far off the mark.
Read our full Callaway Apex 21 Pro iron review.



  • Forgiveness rating
Category: Players’ distance
Handicap range: Eight and below
Construction: Forged 1025 hollow body
7-Iron loft: 33º

What wedges does Georgia Hall use?

Georgia Hall uses Titleist Vokey Design SM9 wedges (50°, 54°, 58°) with Nippon NS Pro 950 shafts

Price: £169.00 / $179.99 RRP


Vokey wedges, like Titleist’s Scotty Cameron putters and Pro V1 balls, are the go-to choice for many decent players. As lovely as all three products are the decision to play them often comes down to trust, reputation, and perception, rather than real tangible performance gains.

Just like Cleveland wedges, Vokey have never quite been top performers in terms of spin on our test spreadsheets down the year.

But the game is not played on spreadsheets so don’t let that put you off. We found the SM9 wedges to be a lovely shape, and they feel really great. There’s also an absolute ton of options to go at.

At 9,367 rpm the model produced 319 rpm more spin than our test average (8th highest) but also hit shots into a 104 sq yds area, that’s 50% bigger than our average.

At this price, if you’re buying Vokey wedges in 2023, we’d seriously recommend committing to a full family and cover off all your needs in one hit. Just make sure you get a proper fitting, with decent golf balls, when you do so.

Read our full Titleist Vokey SM9 wedge review.



Lofts: 46° / 48° / 50° / 52° / 54° / 56° / 58° / 60° / 62°
Grind options: F, S, M, K, L, and D
Finishes: Brushed Steel, Tour Chrome, Jet Black

What putter does Georgia Hall use?

Georgia Hall uses a Bettinardi Studio Stock 28 putter

Price: 429.00 / $449.99 RRP


Welcome to the modern blade putter. Bettinardi says this head shape is now one of the most sought-after on the PGA and LPGA Tours, and thanks to a small amount of toe hang it works really well in the hands of a wide audience of players.

We particularly like this model because the wider body means extra MOI performance over traditional narrow blade alternatives, yet you don’t stray too far from a traditional blade look, which for many golfers is a compromise well worth making. 

The Studio Stock 28 Armlock is the model used by 9-time tour winner Matt Kuchar, it comes with extra offset and loft to ensure golfers set up correctly to the longer shaft length.



Weight 358g
Toe-hang 15°

What golf ball does Georgia Hall use?

Georgia Hall uses a Titleist Pro V1x golf ball

Best tour standard premium ball

Rrp: £50.00

Price: £44.95
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Introduced on Tour last September, the 2023 Titleist Pro V1x – arguably the best golf ball in the game – had been in development since the end of 2021.

The urethane cover on the Pro V1x is created by mixing two components, with the liquid urethane cast into Titleist-manufactured cavities to form the appropriate dimple pattern into the cover. Titleist says the precise timing and temperature are integral to the consistency of golf’s No.1 ball.

The 348-dimple design was a huge change in the 2021 ball and, unsurprisingly, that remains on the new model to optimize aerodynamics. The casing works with the new core to reduce excess long-game spin while combining with the cover to create greenside spin.

Read our full Titleist Pro V1x golf balls review.


  • Consistently long
  • Exceptional spin rates on approach shots
  • High flight and soft landing
  • Tighter dispersion than the 2021 model
  • Played by a host of the world's best players


  • More than £4 per golf ball is a lot for most amateurs
  • Urethane cover marks quite easily
Construction 3-piece
Cover Cast urethane elastomer
Compression 87-90
Dimples 388
Feel Soft
Flight Mid
Long game spin Low
Short game spin High
Color options White, Yellow
  • High gradient core design
  • Speed amplifying high-flex casing layer
  • Cast thermoset urethane cover
  • Spherically tiled tetrahedral dimple design

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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