Adam Scott WITB 2021 – What’s In Scott’s Bag

Adam Scott is a 14-time PGA Tour winner but fans who have recently started following the sport might have never guessed he’s had that kind of success. That may be because in 2020, Scott won took home his first PGA Tour title in 4 years.

It had been a relatively quiet span from 2016 to 2020. But in 2021, he will be looking to build on last year’s success. And to do so, here are the clubs he will be using.

Quick Facts

Born:

Adelaide, Australia

Lives:

Albany, Nassau, Bahamas

Birthday:

July 16th, 1980

Height:

6’0”

Drive Distance:

312 yards (average)

PGA Tour Wins:

14

Wife:

Marie Kojzar

 

What’s In His Bag? 

Driver

Titleist Tsi4 – 10.5 Degrees

Woods

Titleist TSi2 – 16.5 Degrees,

Titleist TSi2 – 18 Degrees

Irons

Titleist 718 T-MB 3 Iron,

Titleist 680 Forged – 4 – 9 Iron

Wedges

Titleist Vokey SM8 – 48, 52, 56, 60 Degrees

Putter

Scotty Cameron Xperimental Rev X11

 

Driver – Titleist Tsi4 – 10.5 Degrees

Shaft: Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Silver TiNi 80 X shaft

Key Features:

  • Pear head shape
  • Forward-oriented CG
  • Speed Chassis

Selling Points:

The TSi4 doesn’t sport an oversized head but this helps with spin control and in turn, ball speed.

You can choose from three loft options: 8, 9 and 10.5 degrees. This driver’s shape also gives it better aerodynamics.

Pros:

  • Good club head speed
  • High MOI
  • Adjustable hosel

Cons:

  • Not very forgiving
  • Some lofts are right-hand only

Overall Score: 97/100

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Woods – Titleist TSi2 – 16.5 Degree

 

Shaft: Fujikura Rombax P95 Shaft

Key Features:

  • Active Recoil Channel
  • SureFit hosel
  • Steel crown

Selling Points:

The thin steel crown of this fairway wood allows for more discretionary weight lower in the head. The result is a CG congenial to most player’s style and one that imperative for distance overall.

Pros:

  • Very forgiving
  • Flexes well at multiple points on the face
  • Corrects side spin

Cons:

  • Poor sound
  • Busy look

Overall Score: 95/100

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Woods – Titleist TSi2 – 18 Degrees

Shaft: Graphite Design Tour AD DI 10 X Shaft

Key Features:

  • SureFit hosel
  • Variable Face Thickness
  • Adjustable weight

Selling Points:

Scott will be utilizing another TSi2 fairway wood this season. But this one has been set to 18 degrees.

It provides the high loft needed to get over hazards and the flat lower weight makes it easy to get under the ball.

Pros:

  • Slim head profile
  • Great aerodynamics
  • Multiple loft options

Cons:

  • Some loft options are right-hand only
  • Not very workable

Overall Score: 95/100

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3 Iron – Titleist 718 T-MB

 

Shafts: KBS Tour Shaft

Key Features:

  • Muscle back design
  • Single-piece head
  • Carbon steel

Selling Points:

Even on long shots, the softer carbon steel of these irons impart a comfortable feel.

You get plenty of feedback and the muscle back design allows for maximum face flex and ball speed. A great overall distance iron.

Pros:

  • Low arcing launch
  • Consistent flight
  • Looks great at address

Cons:

  • Limited shaft options
  • Not very forgiving

Overall Score: 94/100

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4-9 Irons – Titleist 680 Forged

Shafts: KBS Tour 130X Shafts

Key Features:

  • Forged blade design
  • 1025 Carbon steel
  • Single-piece head

Selling Points:

The 680 forged irons are back in limited capacity but they have everything tour players loved about them back in 2003: solid feel from the single-piece carbon steel design, high-flex muscle back and players aesthetic.

Pros:

  • Amazing feel
  • Great feedback
  • Good backspin ability

Cons:

  • Very limited release
  • Right-hand only

Overall Score: 93/100

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Wedges – Titleist Vokey SM8 – 48, 52, 56, 60 Degrees

Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold AMT Tour Issue X100 Shafts

Key Features:

  • 8620 carbon steel
  • Weight ports
  • Machined sole

Selling Points:

Scott will be using 4 SM8’s this season. And if you want a wedge that looks amazing and offers smooth turf interaction, this is a great choice.

The milled leading edge of the SM8’s cut through turf like warm butter. And the mild carbon steel design gives them a soft feel.

Pros:

  • Great looking wedges
  • Adjustable weight
  • Great spin control

Cons:

  • Low launch
  • Adjusting the weight is a chore

Overall Score: 98/100

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Putter – Scotty Cameron Xperimental Rev X11

 

Key Features:

  • 10 gram front weights
  • 20 gram back weights
  • 3 degrees of loft

Selling Points:

Scott has had pretty good success with the Scotty Cameron Xperimental Rev X11.

While it looks like a mutant of a putter the high MOI (a result of the weights and rear counterweights) gives it unparalleled balance and stability.

Pros:

  • Very good stability
  • Helps impart good follow-through mechanics
  • Provides a smooth feel even on short putts

Cons:

  • It’s a bit heavy
  • The hosel isn’t kinked which may be a problem for beginner players

Overall Score: 95/100

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Ball – Titleist Pro V1

 Titleist Pro V1

Key Features:

  • Spherically tiled dimples
  • 2.0 ZG Process core
  • Casing layer designed to inhibit spin

Selling Points:

If you want a tour grade ball that offers distance form the tee without giving up greenside spin control, this is the ball for you.

The proprietary casing layer underneath the mantle keeps the long-game spin low on these balls.

But the cast urethane elastomer cover provides enough bite to spin it as needed for your short game.

Pros:

  • It holds it’s line very well
  • The cast urethane cover gives these balls a soft feel
  • Good ball speed

Cons:

  • Launch is a bit lackluster
  • Not very congenial for slower swing speeds

Overall Score: 98/100

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Caddie – John Limanti

Adam Scott’s caddie this season will be none other than John Limanti. You are probably familiar with the name because John Limanti has been on the bag for a long list of high-profile PGA Tour pros. But he has only been a professional caddie for 6 years.

Scott and Limanto paired up after a rather tumultuous period for Scott. After he split with former Woods caddie, Steve Williams, Scott couldn’t seem to find the right fit and went through multiple caddies until he found Limanti who he appears to feel more comfortable with.