Tommy Fleetwood WITB 2021 – (Whats In Fleetwood’s Bag)

 

Tommy Fleetwood had something of a mixed bag of a year in 2021. While he advanced to the playoffs in the FedEx Cup, he failed to place, finishing 92nd. But in the Honda Classic, he performed better – placing solo 3rd.

In 2021, Fleetwood will undoubtedly be looking to have a stronger showing both in the PGA Tour and the European Tour. And here is the clubs that he will be using to accomplish that.

Quick Facts

Age:

30

Born:

Southport, England

Birthday:

January 19th, 1991

Height:

5’11”

Drive Distance:

309.6 yards (average)

European Tour Wins:

5

Sponsorship:

Taylormade

Nationality:

English

 

What’s In The Bag

Driver

TaylorMade SIM2 Max 

Woods

TaylorMade SIM2 Rocket 3 Wood, TaylorMade SIM2 5 Wood 

Irons

TaylorMade P7TF Proto 3 – 9 Irons

Wedges

Callaway Mack Daddy 5 Jaws – 48 Degrees, 52 Degrees, 54 Degrees and 60 Degrees

Putter

Odyssey White Hot Pro

 

Driver: TaylorMade SIM2 Max- 10.5 Degrees

 Selling Points

  • Forged aluminum ring
  • Speed Pocket
  • Split Mass weighting

Key Features

Everything about this driver is designed to deliver incredible ball speed. It has substantial rear weight which is balanced by the full carbon sole and the forged ring construction. The twist face technology also allows the face to flex precisely for more speed on heel and toe hits.

You can get the SIM2 MAX in 10.5, 9 and 12 degree loft versions. Fleetwood has his set to 10.5 with a Diamana DF 70 TX Shaft. You can also get graphite shafts in regular, stiff, ladies, senior and extra stiff flexes.

Pros:

  • Titanium head
  • Asymmetric inertia generator
  • Very forgiving

Cons:

  • Awkward head shape
  • Only graphite shafts available

Overall Score: 98/100

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TaylorMade SIM2 Rocket 3 Wood – 14.5 Degrees

 

Selling Points

  • Low CG
  • Twist face technology
  • Titanium head

Key Features

Fleetwood uses the Tayloramde SIM2 3 wood which features the same twist face technology that the driver does. Although he probably doesn’t need it. This is an exceptionally lightweight 3 wood thanks in part to the carbon crown.

You can get this fairway wood in 14, 14.5 and 15 degree lofts. You can also choose between graphite stiff and extra stiff shafts, although Fleetwood plays his with a Mitsubishi Diamana D+.

Pros:

  • Adjustable loft sleeve
  • Speed pocket technology
  • 80 gram sole

Cons:

  • Limited flex options
  • Not the longest 3 wood

Overall Score: 96/100

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TaylorMade SIM2 5 Wood – 18.5 Degrees

Selling Points

  • Large head design
  • Stainless steel face
  • Twist face technology

Key Features

For Tommy’s 5 wood, he keeps with the SIM2 MAX theme. The 5 wood features a stainless steel twist face which flexes at the point of impact. Again, this helps with forgiveness and to correct certain player swing biases.

It also features a slightly larger head size at 190cc. It comes in 15, 16.5, 18, 21, and 24 degree loft versions and you can select various graphite shafts with regular, senior, stiff and extra stiff flex. Tommy uses a Mitsubishi Diamana D+ for his 3 wood as well.

Pros:

  • Great distance
  • Easy to get under the ball
  • Made of C300 steel

 

Cons:

  • Low offset
  • Not weighted well

Overall Score: 96/100

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TaylorMade P7TF Proto – 3 – 9 Irons

Selling Points

  • Milled face
  • Stainless steel
  • Enhanced Version Of P770 Irons

Key Features

For 2021, Tommy Fleetwood will be sporting a highly customized version of the TaylorMade P770 irons called the P7TF, specially designed for Tommy’s game. These irons give considerable ball speed while still being extremely workable thanks the precision milled grooves.

Tommy uses Project X 6.5 Shafts for his irons but they are available with other shafts as well. Again, Tommy’s set which includes irons 3-9 was customized with a little help from the TaylorMade guys.

Pros:

  • Great greenside spin
  • High apex height
  • Goof offset

Cons:

  • For faster swing speeds and better players
  • Pricey

Overall Score: 94/100

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Callaway Mack Daddy 5 Jaws – 48 Degrees, 52 Degrees, 54 Degrees and 60 Degrees

Callaway Mack Daddy

Selling Points

  • Deep grooves
  • High spin
  • Offset groove-in-groove design

Key Features

These are some of the most aggressive wedges we’ve ever had the please of playing. The main groove is still the biting Jaws groove but flanking it are progressive groove-in-groove grooves that allow for maximum feel and greenside spin.

For Fleetwoods arsenal, he has 48, 52, 54 and 60 degree loft wedges but there are 23 loft/bounce combinations to choose form with this line.

Fleetwood uses Nippon Modus shafts but they are also available with True Temper Tour Issue 115 (steel) and Project X Catalyst 80 (graphite) shafts.

Pros:

  • Highly customizeable
  • 5 grind options
  • Beautiful design

Cons:

  • Small heads
  • Limited shaft options

Overall Score: 96/100

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Putter – Odyssey White Hot Pro

Selling Points

  • 2-part insert
  • Precision milled surfaces
  • Stepless shaft design

Key Features

The Odyssey is all about superior feel on the green. The 2-piece urethane insert in the face helps you correct hitches in your putt and get better accuracy and feedback on longer strokes. The heel/toe weighting is also flawless, giving this putter near-perfect balance.

The Odyssey White Hot Pro shafts are fitted with stock DFX Rubber grips and it’s available in right and left-handed versions.

Pros:

  • Multiple head shape options
  • Steel or Stroke Lab shafts
  • Multiple lengths

Cons:

  • Takes some getting used to
  • Not for beginners

Overall Score: 95/100

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TaylorMade TP5X

Selling Points

  • 5-piece construction
  • High rebound
  • Multi-mantle layers

Key Features

The TaylorMade TP5X balls perfectly combine ball speed and spin control. They are made with progressive, 5-layer cores that minimize drag while the urethane cover feels super soft so it’s easier to get the spin you want around the green.

It’s easy to see why Tommy (and other pros) are using the TaylorMade TP5X in 2021. It provides great overall performance from the tee to the green.

Pros:

  • Great speed
  • Dual-cast cover
  • High flex material technology

Cons:

  • Useless for slow swing speeds
  • Not great with hybrids

Overall Score: 94/100

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Fleetwood’s Caddy

Tommy Fleetwood’s caddie in 2021 will be Ian Finnis. You may know Finnis (apart from being Fleetwood’s caddie) from his win at the Annual Caddie Competition in July of 2020.

Finnis is known for his philanthropic spirit, having recently raised 125,00 pounds (roughly $174,500 USD) for charity.