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TaylorMade's "What's In the Bag": Pics of staff players equipment

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I wanted to share some pics of pro's bags that TaylorMade has on their Facebook page. In honor of the 2012 FedExCup Playoffs,TaylorMade's "What's in the Bag" feature is an album compilation of every bag they've showcased in the Top-125 on the points list.  It comes with a twist - they want fans, to VOTE for your favorite bag(s) by clicking the 'Like' button. The bag with the most votes on at midnight on Tuesday, August 28, will be posted next Wednesday with a new photo from the Deutsche Bank Championship.  While you're on FB be sure to "like" The Sand Trap


In his bag:
Driver: R11S 9* (Mitsubishi Diamana Whiteboard 100 X)
Fairways: RBZ Tour 14.5 (Aldila RIP 95 X)

RBZ Tour 18 (Aldila RIP 95 X)
Irons: Tour Preferred MB irons (3-PW, Nippon NS Pro)
Wedges: ATV 50, 58 (Nippon NS Pro)
Putter: Ghost Tour MA-81
Ball: PENTA TP 5 (MyPenta No. 22)
Grips: Golf Pride VDR Red

Justin Rose

Dustin Johnson

In his bag:
R11S Driver 10.5° (Fujikura Motore 2.0 X)
RBZ Tour fairway 1
7.5° (Aldila RIP Series X)

R9 fairway 19° (Aldila RIP Series X)
Tour Preferred MB 3-PW (KBS Tour Black Nickel)
TP xFT wedge 54°, 60° (KBS Tour Black Nickel)
PENTA TP 5 golf ball

Jason Day

Driver: Burner Superfast 2.0 TP 8.5* (Matrix Ozik TP7HD X-flex)
Fairway Wood: Superfast 2.0 3 wood (Matrix Ozik TP7HD X-flex)
Irons: Tour Preferred MC 2-9 (Project X Flighted 6.5)

Wedges: ATV 47, 52, 60
Putter: Ghost Spider S
Ball: Penta TP5
Grips: Golf Pride Tour Velvet 58 Cord

James Driscoll

Driver: R11S 9* (Fujikura Motore 85 X-Stiff)
3wood: RBZ Tour 14.5 (Mitsubishi Diamana Kai'li 80 X-Stiff) RESCUE '11 #2 (Graphite Design TOUR AD DI 105 X-Stiff)

Irons: 4 MC (Dynamic Gold X100)
5-9 MB (Dynamic Gold X100)
Wedges: xFT 48*, 52*, 56*, 60* (Dynamic Gold X100)
(Testing ATV)
Putter: Manta Belly
Ball: Penta TP5
Grips: Golf Pride New Decade black/red

Brian Harmon

Robert Garrigus

RBZ driver 8.5 (Diamana shaft)
RBZ Tour fairway 18 (Diamana shaft)

R11S fairway 22 (Aldila RIP shaft)
R9 TP irons (3-PW) (KBS Tour White)
Grips: Golf Pride New Decade White/Black

Pat Perez

Driver: R11S 9* (Aldila RIP 70 X-flex)
3wood: RBZ 15* (Aldila RIP 80 X-flex)

Rescue: TP #3 (KBS Tour X-flex)
Irons: MC 3-9 (KBS Black Nickel X-flex)
Wedges: xFT 48, 54, 58 (KBS Black Nickel X-flex)
Ball: Penta TP5
Grips: Golf Pride New Decade red/black

Blake Adams

R11S 10.5 (Aldila NV Series)
RBZ Tour 3W 14.5 (Aldila NV Series)

Rescue 11 16 (Aldila NV Hybrid Series)
Tour Preferred CB 4-6 (Dynamic Gold X100)
Tour Preferred MC 7-PW (Dynamic Gold X100)
TP xFT wedges 52, 64 (DG Spinner)


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I'm voting for Garrigus 'cause he plays with only 11 clubs!

I guess it's better to leave 3 out than throw in some TMs he doesn't really use.

btw,  I like TM just fine, I just laughed at the marketing decision there.


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Id guess they yanked 3 non TM clubs out right before the pic!

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Exactly, I think Garrigus plays Mizuno wedges and he's using a long Scotty putter.


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