Jordan Spieth WITB 2021 – Breakdown Of Each Club

FORT WORTH, TX – MAY 29: Jordan Spieth reacts to making a birdie putt on the 18th green to win the DEAN

Jordan Spieth is a golfer that has many fans on his side. Even with his struggles in recent years to win and play well again, he still has a large crew of people interested in seeing him succeed.

Jordan has had quite a few ups and downs, but there is no question that this kid can play. Hopefully, we see the Spieth that we know start to come back and dominate the game again.

Jordan Spieth Quick Facts Table

Full Name

Jordan Spieth

Majors Won

3

Born

July 27, 1993

Age

27

Birthplace

Dallas, TX

Height

6’1”

Spouse

Annie Verret

Caddy

Michael Greller

Education

The University of Texas at Austin

Professional Wins

14

Turned Professional

2012

 

What’s In The Bag For Jordan In 2021

Club

Brand/Manufacturer

Driver

Titleist TSi3

3 Wood

Titleist TS2

Hybrid

Titleist 818 H2

Irons

Titleist T100

Wedges

Vokey SM8

Putter

Scotty Cameron Circle T 009

Ball

Titleist ProV1x

 

Driver – Titleist TSi3 (10.5 degrees)

Shaft – Fujikura Ventus Blue 6X

3 Selling Points

  • Aerospace Titanium in the clubface

  • Performance tuned adjustability

  • Premium shaft offerings

Overview

The Titleist TS series of drivers have done quite well for them over the last few years. However, this brand new TSi3 takes things to a new level. The adjustability that you get in this club is unlike any other.

When it comes to shaft options, Titleist makes things a bit overwhelming with all of the premium stock choices. If you want a great feeling club, custom fit to your golf swing, this is it.

Key Features

  • Tremendous feel

  • Much more adjustability than years past

  • Available in many different loft/shaft configurations

Options – Lofts – Shafts: 8, 9, 10 11 degrees loft, a wide range of shaft selections

Pros

  • Brand new high performance design from Titleist
  • Increased ball speed across the entire face
  • Stable at impact for better feel

Cons

  • Brand new technology pricing is high

Overall Score: 98/100

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3 Wood – Titleist TS2 – 15 degrees

Shaft: Fujikura Ventus Blue 7X

3 Selling Points

  • Low profile design
  • Adjustability
  • A mix of forgiveness and distance

Overview

Even though Spieth has the new TSi3 in his bag, he is keeping the TS2 3 wood in there for now. After his driving performance, the last few days, it’s probably a good idea to keep a solid and predictable 3 wood like this in the bag.

This is a lower profile club with plenty of forgiveness and lots of launch as well. A good club for approaches on a par 5 or keeping you in play on a tight par 4.

Key Features

  • Consistent and long hitting 3 wood
  • It offers a bit of forgiveness necessary in a 3 wood

Options

Lofts: 15 degrees

Shafts: HZRDUS Black Smoke 70

Pros

  • Very predictable club
  • Plenty of launch for a 3 wood
  • Easy to control

Cons

  • Not the latest club, not as many shaft offerings

Overall Score: 96/100

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Hybrid – Titleist 818 H2 – 21 degrees

Shaft: Graphite Design Tour AD DI-95 X Hybrid

3 Selling Points

  • High MOI

  • Stable at impact

  • Deep center of gravity

Overview

The 818 H2 clubs are a great choice out of the rough, yet they still have some really tremendous feel. If you want to control the shots you hit into the greens and plenty of ability to work the ball, this is a great club.

Key Features

  • Forgiving and deep center of gravity
  • It comes with premium shaft offerings
  • Technology to help cut through a rough lie

Options

Lofts: 23 & 21 degrees

Shafts: Tensei CK Blue

Pros

  • Very forgiving
  • Optimally positioned center of gravity
  • It comes in a wide range of lofts
  • Lower profile hybrid than other brands

Cons

  • It can be hard to find exact specifications

Overall Score: 96/100

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Irons – Titleist T100 – 4-9 Irons

Shafts: True Temper Project X 6.5

3 Selling Points

  • Clean looking irons
  • Higher ball speeds
  • Improved turf interaction

Overview

Without going to a true Titleist blade, golfers will have a hard time finding a better looking golf iron than the T100.

In addition to looking great, these clubs can perform. You will get some excellent turf interaction and lots of workability with the T100 in your hands.

Key Features

  • Easy to work the ball
  • Can control ball flight
  • Traditional lofted clubs

Options 

Lofts: 3-PW, AW

Shafts: True Temper AMT White

Pros

  • Very precise irons
  • Consistent feel at impact
  • Premium golf irons

Cons

  • Not forgiving for most average golfers

Overall Score: 94/100

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Wedges – Titleist Vokey Design SM8 – (46 Degree, 52 Degree, 56 Degree, 60 Degree)

 

Shafts: True Temper Project X 6.0

3 Selling Points

  • Many loft, grind options
  • Premium spin technology
  • Easy to stop the ball where you need it

Overview

The SM8 wedges are not loved just by Jordan Spieth; golfers all over the world are impressed with this fantastic technology. IF you think you can’t spin the ball around the green, but one of these in your hands and try again.

Key Features

  • Grind options built for every course condition
  • Can easily put a set together to work fora variety of lies and lofts

Options

Lofts: Lofts from 48-64

Shafts: Wedge Flex Dynamic Golf

Grind and Finish options as well

Pros

  • Improved distance from the SM7
  • Maximum spin
  • Can control ball flight and distance easily
  • Great transition to the irons

Cons

  • So many grind options it can get overwhelming

Overall Score: 96/100

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Putter – Scotty Cameron Circle T 009

Grip: SuperStroke Traxion Flatso 1.0

3 Selling Points

  • Classic blade look
  • Incredible feel
  • Extremely stable at impact

Overview

The original putter that Spieth plays with is not a new release from Scotty; however, it is a Newport putter that is still available today. The Newport is the most classic blade putter that golf has ever seen. This club has a premium feel and precision; it is a tournament-winning machine.

Key Features

  • Blade design for performance on high speed greens
  • Enough weight in the head for a consistent stroke
  • Easy alignment

Options 

Shafts: Standard steel shaft,

Scotty Cameron grip,

35 inches

Pros

  • One of the greatest putters golf has ever seen
  • It makes short putts very simple
  • Stays on the path with ease

Cons

  • Scotty Cameron putters are expensive

Overall Score: 98/100

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Ball: Titleist Pro V1x

3 Selling Points

  • Great greenside spin
  • Long distance
  • Lower spin off the tee

Overview

Since the Titleist Pro V1 x is a premium golf ball, you will see the performance from the tee and around the green. This is a ball that spins as you need it to in your short game but rolls forever off the tee.

Key Features

  • Can withstand shots from the fastest swinging golfers
  • Low spinning from the tee
  • Superior feel and performance on the greens

Pros

  • Great feel
  • It works well for high swing speed players
  • It does not fly too high

Cons

  • Need a high swing speed to play a Pro V1x

Overall Score: 97/100

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 Caddy: Michael Greller

 

Quote About Equipment

“I’ve been playing Titleist clubs since I was 12 years old, and they’ve never led me in the wrong direction, and they’ve always gotten better. And the idea of a name change from AP to the T Series – really an entire change across the board with their irons – is big. But there are big changes. These T100s are fantastic.”

Source:

https://www.pgatour.com/equipmentreport/2021/07/17/jordan-spieth-switches-irons-titleist-clubs-the-open-championship.html