What’s In The Bag: Scottie Scheffler’s Travelers Championship-winning equipment

We take an in-depth look at the golf clubs and ball used by World No.1, two-time Masters champion, multiple PGA Tour winner, and Ryder Cup star, Scottie Scheffler.

Scottie Scheffler is a TaylorMade staff player and his bag is made up mainly of the brand’s latest clubs, including the TaylorMade Qi10 driver – one of the best golf drivers available.

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The Texan hadn’t been tied into a brand but signed a multi-year deal with TaylorMade in 2022, having secured his first two PGA Tour victories while using the Stealth Plus driver and P7TW irons at the WM Phoenix Open and the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Scottie Scheffler made history as the first golfer to successfully defend The Players and took home a huge winner's cheque in the process.

The American had been an equipment free agent for most of his career but was known to be a fan of TaylorMade, having used their P730 irons in previous seasons.

The Ryder Cup star also uses TaylorMade’s Qi10 fairway woods, having previously been a long-time user of the Nike VR Pro Ltd 3-wood.

Despite his deal with TaylorMade, Scheffler still plays Titleist Vokey wedges, a Srixon driving iron, and a Titleist Pro V1 golf ball.

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Let’s take a closer look at what’s in the bag of Scottie Scheffler.

What driver does Scottie Scheffler use?

Scottie Scheffler uses a TaylorMade Qi10 driver (8°) with Fujikura Ventus Black 7 X shaft.

It's interesting that Scheffler uses the standard Qi10 driver, rather than the Qi10 LS favored by most TaylorMade tour players.

His average clubhead speed of 119mph is clearly plenty to warrant using the low-spin model, but he prefers the middle-of-the-pack Qi10 standard model.

The Qi10 is the model for golfers who don’t need the all-out forgiveness of the Qi10 Max or want the additional versatility of dialing in shot shape with the weight track on the Qi10 LS.

“Scottie’s feedback when testing all of the Qi10 heads was that he felt the Qi10 standard head was more predictable and more forgiving for him," says Adrian Rietveld, TaylorMade Senior Tour Manager. "When you look at the way the head is set up, he’s correct in that regard just because of where he has weight in the head which produces higher inertia and more forgiveness.”  

Read our full TaylorMade Qi10 driver review.

What fairway wood does Scottie Scheffler use?

Scottie Scheffler uses a TaylorMade Qi10 fairway wood (15°) with a Fujikura Ventus Black 8 X shaft.

Price: $334.99
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What utility iron does Scottie Scheffler use?

Scottie Scheffler uses a Srixon Z U85 utility iron (3-4) with a Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Hybrid Prototype 10 X shaft.

The U85 is one of the most popular driving irons on tour and comes in five different lofts which allows it to plug the gaps in a variety of players' bags.

Read our best driving irons review.
Lofts 2-18°, 3-20°, 4-23°, 5-26°, 6-29°
Stock shaft UST Recoil 95
Stock grip Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360

What irons does Scottie Scheffler use?

Scottie Scheffler uses TaylorMade P7TW irons (5-PW) with Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts.

Scottie Scheffler games a set of P7TW irons from 5-PW, a premium player's set of blades that have been designed and crafted in collaboration with Tiger Woods.

In addition to featuring tungsten in every head, the new P7TW irons feature fully milled soles for the first time ever in a TaylorMade iron to ensure precision across every set.

Read our full TaylorMade P7TW irons review.
Availability 3-PW
Stock shaft True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S-400
Stock grip Golf Pride Tour Velvet Full Cord
7-iron loft 35°

What wedges does Scottie Scheffler use?

Scottie Scheffler uses Titleist Vokey SM8 wedges (50°-12F, 56°-14F) plus a Titleist Vokey Design WedgeWorks (60°-T) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts.

While Cleveland can lay claim to getting people talking about forgiving wedges, Vokey owns the high ground when it comes to shifting mass higher in a wedge to create a progressive center of gravity. The idea is that golfers hit lower lofted wedges lower in the face, where more lofted models are typically impacted higher.

Vokey inspects the grooves of every wedge leaving their factory, which they say ensures maximum spin. We’re talking fractions but the SM8 was three percent in front of the ZipCore for spin on a full shot, which for some will be a headline-grabbing number.
Lofts 46°-62° in 2° increments
Shafts True Temper Dynamic Gold S200
RRP £229

What putter does Scottie Scheffler use?

Scottie Scheffler uses a TaylorMade Spider Tour X putter with a Golf Pride Pro Only grip.

Price: $349.99
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Spiders are the best TaylorMade putters ever made, and they’ve reached a level where some models now have a legacy and genuine cult following.

There are current models, but the Spider Tour X Scheffler Scheffler has in the bag is scarcely available to buy.

His putting has been the only weak part of his game in recent years, regularly seeing him rank first in strokes gained for all other categories but bottom with the flat stick. The switch to the Spider Tour X putter paid dividends at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, where a marked improvement helped him to a five-shot victory.

Read our full TaylorMade Spider Tour series putters review.

What ball does Scottie Scheffler use?

Scottie Scheffler uses a Titleist Pro V1 ball

Best premium tour standard golf balls
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Titleist has 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 review.

Pros

  • 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

Cons

  • 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 apparel does Scottie Scheffler wear?

Scottie Scheffler wears Nike Apparel

Nike is Scottie Scheffler's primary sponsor, alongside brands including Rolex, Netjets, and Titleist.

What golf shoes does Scottie Scheffler wear?

Scottie Scheffler wears Nike Air Zoom Tiger Woods '20 Golf Shoes

Scottie has not shied away from talking about how much of an inspiration Tiger Woods has been for him and so many others who play golf.

We can only assume Scheffler is wearing Tiger's clothes as a sign of respect and appreciation to him and what he's done for the game of golf.

Inspired by the design of a dress shoe, the Nike Air Zoom Tiger Woods '20 brings a touch of class to the course. Revolutionary foam cushions every step and removable spikes deliver the grip you need to fully power through every shot.

Read our full guide on the best Nike golf shoes.

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Rob McGarr is a freelance writer who produces regular content for Today's Golfer.

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