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Golf clubs of the top 50 LPGA pros (WITB)

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Women’s golf is becoming increasingly popular and is catching up to men’s golf rapidly. This study on the increasing purse sizes of LPGA major tournaments confirms this fact. The purse of the Women’s PGA Championship has nearly doubled since 2013. You can read more about it here.

At this moment, the number of female golfers in the world is probably the highest in recorded history, and this number is rising year by year. Each year, thousands of young girls grab their first golf clubs and embark on their golfing journeys. These budding lady golfers often wonder which clubs their role models use to win the most prestigious tournaments.

Driven by this fact, our team at Golf Reporter looked into the golf bags of the top 50 LPGA professionals. We found some shocking statistics that might surprise many of you. In this article, we’ll talk about the golf clubs used by the top 50 LPGA pros, including the driver, fairway woods, hybrids, irons, wedges and putters.

However, it is worth noting that this data is for 44 out of the top 50 LPGA pros. The information for the remaining 6 golfers was either wholly or partially unavailable. These are Pajaree Anannarukarn, Yealimi Noh, Wei-Ling Hsu, Shanshan Feng, Su Oh, and Lauren Stephenson. That is why we have left those 6 out of this study.

We have compiled all the data into a table for your convenience. Here it is.

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Analysis and Findings

After collecting the data and codifying it into a table, we began looking for patterns, and we found some quite interesting ones. We have classified them into respective club categories.

The driver and the putter are the only two clubs guaranteed to be in every golf bag. Or so we thought. Oddly, one LPGA pro does not use the driver, and she’s quite a prominent figure.

We’re talking about world number 5, Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand. She does not have a driver in her bag. Instead, she uses her 3-wood or her utility iron in the tee box.

Apparently, Ping drivers are all the rage among LPGA pros as 10 of them opt for them, with Ping G425 being the most popular. Patty Tavatanakit (world number 3) is the highest-ranking LPGA pro who uses Ping drivers. Not far behind is TaylorMade, with 8 users, including Moriya Jutanugarn (world number 11), who uses the M2 driver.

Callaway, PXG, and Titleist are the next ones in line, with 7, 6, and 5 users, respectively. The world number one, Nelly Korda, uses the Titleist TSi1 driver with Graphite Design Tour AD IZ 6S shaft.

Most of these LPGA golfers have different loft settings, but 15 of them prefer to go with the 9 degrees option. Furthermore, 10 players have chosen Fujikura shafts as their preferred option, while 9 others prefer Graphite Design or Mitsubishi shafts.

Fairway Woods

The configuration of fairway woods varies from person to person. Some prefer to use only a single club, while others prefer two or even three. Usually, 3-wood is the widely used choice of most golfers, and this list conforms to this fact. Everyone in this list uses a 3-wood, except one.

Nanna Koerstz Madsen is the only pro in the top 50 who doesn’t use the 3 wood. Interestingly, she’s also the only one who uses the 4-wood.

17 of these golfers also use a 5-wood along with their 3-wood. However, only four LPGA pros still use the extremely rare 7-wood, including the world number one, Nelly Korda. Her sister Jessica Korda, Leona Maguire, and Lizette Salas are the other three who use the 7-wood.

Here, Callaway has managed to get the better of its rivals by securing the trust of 11 golfers. Callaway is followed by Ping and TaylorMade, with 9 and 7 players, respectively. PXG, Titleist, and Srixon come next, with 6, 5, and 4 users, respectively.

34 LPGA pros from the top 50 keep hybrid golf clubs in their bags, which clearly suggests their widespread popularity among women golfers. This number is significantly higher than their male counterparts. You can read more about this here. In addition, nearly half (16) of these hybrids using women golfers prefer to play with a 19-degree loft.

In hybrid clubs, Ping is back on top with 9 players choosing their products. PXG is the 2nd most popular brand with 6 users. Other giants, including TaylorMade and Titleist, have only four users each. This might suggest that these brands have apparently not won the trust of women golfers when it comes to hybrids. Callaway is even farther behind with merely 3 users.

Similar to fairway woods, the configuration of irons varies from golfer to golfer. However, we found an arrangement that has repeated itself several times, 16 to be exact. The majority of LPGA pros favor a 5-iron to pitching wedge assortment. While only four golfers avoid the 5-iron and have 6-iron to pitching wedge iron sets. In addition, Nippon has established itself as the most preferred choice for iron shafts as 10 LPGA pros choose their products.

Here too, Ping has emerged as the most trusted choice with 10 players. Srixon makes a surprise appearance with 6 users along with Titleist and PXG. They are followed by TaylorMade and Callaway, each of whom is used by 5 players.

Titleist makes a dramatic recovery in the wedges section. Titleist Vokey wedges have cemented themselves as one of the most reliable wedges for LPGA pros with 16 users. World number one, Nelly Korda, along with 8 others, uses their latest SM8 version.

Ping and PXG are the next most popular brands with 9 and 8 users, respectively. Cleveland Golf makes a dramatic appearance with 4 users, with Minjee Lee (world number 10) as the highest-ranking golfer who uses them.

Callaway and TaylorMade also fail to make a mark with only a handful of users. 4 players use Callaway wedges while only 2 choose TaylorMade wedges.

Callaway makes a strong comeback in the putters category, thanks to their state-of-the-art Odyssey putters. 12 golfers play with Odyssey putters, with Ariya Jutanugarn (world number 5) and Inbee Park (world number 6) as the highest-ranking golfers.

Titleist’s Scotty Cameron putters are not far behind with 10 users. Current world number one, Nelly Korda and her sister Jessica (world number 7), both use Scotty Cameron putters. Besides these two sisters, three others from the top 10 (total 5) are regular Scotty Cameron putter users.

Ping comes in at the third spot with 9 users. Leona Maguire (world number 8) is the highest-ranking golfer to use Ping putters. Other brands like TaylorMade and PXG are at 4th and 5th positions, respectively, with 5 and 4 players.

Bettinardi Golf makes its first appearance with two users, Patty Tavatanakit (world number 3) and Nasa Hataoka (world number 18). Other brands to make an appearance are Piretti and Swag Golf.

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Nov 3, 2021 at 10:13 pm

Great info all in one place. My distances relate to mid or lower length LPGA pros and have been looking to properly gap the upper end of the bag. Two really strong trends split about 50/50 are shown here with a little variation on the 4H, 4I, or 4U:

3 wood (15), 5 wood (18), 4 hybrid (22-23) [sometimes 4U/ 4I] or 3 wood (15), 3 hybrid (19-20), 4I [sometimes 4H 22-23]

In case anyone else has tried some different setups and may relate – I’ve tried eliminating a 3 wood twice, due to the fitting recommendations of the higher lofted woods creating more carry and controlled decent. Tried a strong lofted 5 wood, 7 wood and gapping from there. Each time I found myself missing a 3 wood for certain situations fairly often. Seeing this list helps confirm the setup options I need to test.

Always more of a challenge to get current women’s witb info. Thanks for putting it together and sharing some analysis.

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Oct 8, 2021 at 12:01 pm

Good info. Could you also give details of their shaft flexes (R, S, XS)? Would help golfers with similar swing speeds. Thanks

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Hunter Warne

Oct 8, 2021 at 1:16 pm

Most of them have the shaft flexes listed. I’m guessing the one’s that don’t weren’t available.

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JungleJimbo

Oct 8, 2021 at 12:57 am

excellent, thanks for providing this in response to our request for more LPGA WITBs! 🙂

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Minjee Lee 2023 WITB: What Clubs Does the 10X LPGA Tour Winner Use?

B orn in Perth, Australia, Minjee Lee is among the leading names in the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association). She started playing at a young age and earned many golfing accolades in her hometown. At a young age in Australia, Lee won the Australian Women’s Amateur and the Oates Victorian Open. She also led the Australia team to win the Espirito Santo Trophy.

Lee’s career on the LPGA as a Pro is equally impressive . Since 2015, she has achieved a total of 10 victories on the Tour, out of which, two are Major championships. And for all her wins, she had depended on her elite golfing kits that further added to her delivery. Let’s take a look at what clubs are in Minjee Lee’s bag.

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In 2023, Minjee Lee bagged the first prize in the Kroger Queen City Championship and the BMW Ladies Championship, and has many good finishes. Besides the LPGA, Lee also plays on the Ladies European Tour and has acquired two wins there as well. It definitely takes a strong player with a good command of their clubs to achieve so much in a short time. These is the equipment she counts on while on the field.

Lee uses almost all the equipment from Srixon. Her driver is the Srixon ZX7 Driver . It comes with a Mitsubishi Diamana DF50-R Shaft and features a compact, confidence-inspiring silhouette that delivers the complete range of clubhead adjustability. It retails for $500.

Her two Fairway Woods are Srixon ZX MkII Fairway Woods in the bag, 16° and 18°. Both woods come with Fujikura Ventus Red 6-R Shafts and use them on long par 4s and par 5s. They retail for $279.

Her hybrid is also from Srixon and the model is ZX MkII Hybrid (22°) with a Graphite Design Tour AD HY 85-R Shaft. Compared to other hybrids, this is more versatile and is slightly easier to hit.

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The Australian player has a full set of the Srixon ZX7 MkII Irons (5-PW) , which comes with SteelFiber i-80 Stiff Shafts. These are used to strike long birdies. These are a bit expensive and sell for $1200.

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Take a look at who else is in the field this week at the Mizuho Americas Open:

Past Champions (1):

Rose Zhang (2023)

2024 LPGA Tour Winners (6 of 6):

Lydia Ko (Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions), Nelly Korda (LPGA Drive on Championship, FIR HILLS SERI PAK Championship, Ford Championship presented by KCC, T-Mobile Match Play presented by MGM Rewards, The Chevron Championship), Patty Tavatanakit (Honda LPGA Thailand), Hannah Green (HSBC Women’s World Championship, JM Eagle LA Championship presented by Plastpro), Bailey Tardy (Blue Bay LPGA), Rose Zhang (Cognizant Founders Cup)

2024 LPGA Tour Rookies (5 of 26):

Isabella Fierro, Mone Inami, Minji Kang, Auston Kim, Gabriela Ruffels

Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings Top 10 (9 of 10):

Nelly Korda (No. 1), Celine Boutier (No. 3), Ruoning Yin (No. 4), Jin Young Ko (No. 5), Rose Zhang (No. 6), Charley Hull (No. 7), Minjee Lee (No. 8), Hannah Green (No. 9), Brooke Henderson (No. 10)

New York/New Jersey Area Connections:

Albane Valenzuela (New York native), Marina Alex (New Jersey native)

Sponsor Exemptions:

Laetitia Beck, Emma Talley

Monday Qualifiers:

Lauren Peter, Yealimi Noh

AJGA Participants (24):

Vanessa Borovilos, Leigh Chien, Gianna Clemente, Anna Davis, Sara Im, Ashleen Kaur, Lauren Kim, Jasmine Koo, Thanana Kotchasanmanee, Jaclyn LaHa, Katie Li, Michelle Liu, Luna Lu, Rianne Malixi, Gracie McGovern, Macy Pate, Kiara Romero, Elizabeth Rudisill, Anna Song, Yana Wilson (defending champion), Siuue Wu, Angela Zhang, Vanessa Zhang, Alice Ziyi Zhao

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  1. Golf clubs of the top 50 LPGA pros (WITB)

    Patty Tavatanakit (world number 3) is the highest-ranking LPGA pro who uses Ping drivers. Not far behind is TaylorMade, with 8 users, including Moriya Jutanugarn (world number 11), who uses the M2 driver. Callaway, PXG, and Titleist are the next ones in line, with 7, 6, and 5 users, respectively.

  2. Nelly Korda WITB 2024: What's in the LPGA star's bag?

    Putter: Scotty Cameron Special Select Squareback 2 tour prototype Ball: Titleist Pro V1 Shoes: Nike Clothing: J Lindeberg Glove: Titleist Players 2021. Driver: Titleist TSi1 (10°, Graphite Design Tour AD IZ 6 S shaft) Fairway Woods: Titleist TSi2 (16.5°, Fujikura Ventus Red 70 S shaft) Titleist TSi2 (21°, Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw Blue 75 S shaft) Hybrid: Ping G425 (26°, Fujikura Ventus ...

  3. Hyo Joo Kim WITB 2024: What's in the LPGA Tour star's bag?

    Hyo Joo Kim has established herself as one of the top players on the LPGA Tour since her crowning moment in 2014. Kim won the Evian Championship a decade ago, her first and only major title so far, and she has gone on to win six LPGA Tour titles. Before winning the Aramco Team Series event in Korea in May, her most recent victory came back in ...

  4. WITB Nelly Korda: Mizuho Americas Open

    Nelly Korda has continued her sheer dominance on the LPGA Tour, recording her sixth win in seven starts with victory at the Mizuho Americas Open. Korda, 25, became just the fourth player to win ...

  5. PXG Pros & Ambassadors: Discover WITB for Top PGA & LPGA Golfers

    New & Occasional Players Irons 0211z Irons $119 Drivers Book Your Driver Fitting. Black Ops Driver Comparison New 0311 Black Ops $599 99. New 0311 Black Ops Tour-1 $649 99. ... PGA Tour, LPGA, and Korn Ferry Tour Pros 31 PGA, LPGA, & Champions Tour Victories 2 Major Championship PGA Tour Pros JOEL DAHMEN. JAKE KNAPP. ZACH JOHNSON. ERIC COLE

  6. What's in the bag?

    LPGA Tour winner Ally Ewing is a Ping Tour Pro so let's see what equipment is in her bag Jump To: Ewing's WITB Ally (McDonald) Ewing grew up playing golf in Mississippi and she went on to play college golf at Mississippi State University, where she won five events. Since turning pro back in 2015, Ewing has gone on to win three...

  7. Nelly Korda WITB: What's in the LPGA Tour star's bag?

    Putter: Scotty Cameron. Ball: TaylorMade TP5x. Apparel: Nike. Shoes: Nike. Nelly Korda is using a Scotty Cameron putter that she used back in 2021. (Credit: Getty Images) Nelly Korda WITB 2023 ...

  8. Brooke Henderson WITB: What's in the LPGA star's bag?

    She games the main Qi10 model in her driver, 3-wood and 5-wood before switching into the Qi10 Tour hybrid to round out her wood set-up. She carries a full set of TaylorMade P7MC irons from 5-iron down to pitching wedge. Henderson rounds out her back with the TaylorMade Spider Tour V Proto and the TaylorMade TP5x golf ball. Brooke Henderson WITB ...

  9. Nelly Korda

    Nelly Korda has won five times in 2024, all in consecutive starts with Qi10 Max driver and TP5x golf ball. Her wins came at the LPGA Drive On Championship, Fir Hills Seri Pak Championship, the Ford Championship Presented by KCC, T-Mobile Match Play and the Chevron Championship. Nelly is currently the No. 1 ranked player in the Rolex Women's ...

  10. What's In The Bag: Leona Maguire

    Those points were crucial in guiding Europe to a 15-13 victory in 2021 and springboarded the woman from County Cavan into the world's top 20, setting the foundations for her LPGA Tour victories in 2022 and 2023. She is a Ping staff player and uses the brand's G425 driver and woods, i210 irons, and a Vault Ketsche 2.0 putter.

  11. What's In The Bag: Brooke Henderson

    We take a look at what's in the bag of the two-time Major champion, Olympian, and 13-time LPGA Tour winner. Canadian Brooke Henderson made it 13 LPGA Tour wins with her January 2023 victory at the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions in Orlando, finishing four shots clear of Sweden's Maja Stark and England's Charley Hull.

  12. Linn Grant 2024 May WITB: 24YO LPGA Icon's Equipment & Gears Explored

    Grant uses two different types of irons, which are the PING i210 Irons (5 and 6) and the Blueprint S Irons (7-PW). The former has the DG XP 95 S300 shaft, while for the Blueprints irons, Grant ...

  13. A Look Inside The Bag Of Yuka Saso

    LPGA players aren't chasing distance as much as the rest of the population. Sure, they all want to get faster and longer, but spin control, precision, and the short game tend to hold more weight ...

  14. What's In The Bag: Jeongeun Lee6

    A longtime Callaway Staff Professional, Lee6 started using the Company's clubs in 2016, and earned six wins on the Korean LPGA Tour over the next three years before moving to the LPGA ...

  15. Lydia Ko WITB 2023: How Does the 18x LPGA Tour Winner's Golf ...

    The post Lydia Ko WITB 2023: How Does the 18x LPGA Tour Winner's Golf Arsenal Look? appeared first on EssentiallySports. ... becoming the youngest player ever to do so in both the PGA and LPGA ...

  16. Minjee Lee 2023 WITB: What Clubs Does the 10X LPGA Tour Winner Use?

    EssentiallySports. . Born in Perth, Australia, Minjee Lee is among the leading names in the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association). She started playing at a young age and earned many golfing ...

  17. Lydia Ko WITB: What's in the LPGA star's bag?

    LPGA. WITB. By Hannah Holden. Mar 8, 2024. The New Zealander has started 2024 well, with a victory in the season opener along with a string of solid results! Lydia Ko had been a PXG staffer since 2017, but they parted ways in early 2022 when her original five-year deal ended. Originally Lydia kept most of her PXG golf clubs in play, but her bag ...

  18. Callaway What's in the Bag with Anne van Dam

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  19. U.S. Women's Open: What You Can Learn From an LPGA Player's Bag

    As LPGA Tour players compete this week in the last major of 2020 at Champions Golf Club in Houston, Texas, ... not so with the PGA players. Ditto with the LPGA WITB. I am 68 years of age and have a 1.9 handicap. I hit my 7-iron 155 yds and my driver carries 250-ish yds. But another good reason for watching the ladies is that their swing speeds ...

  20. Scottie Scheffler WITB: 2023 Players Championship winning ...

    Here is a complete list of the golf equipment Scottie Scheffler used to win the PGA Tour's 2023 Players Championship: DRIVER: T aylorMade Stealth 2 Plus+ (8 degrees), with Fujikura Ventus Black 7X shaft. Scottie Scheffler's driver - $629.99. FAIRWAY WOOD: TaylorMade Stealth 2 (15 degrees), with Fujikura Ventus Black 8X shaft.

  21. Field Breakdown: 2024 Mizuho Americas Open

    JERSEY CITY, N.J. — The second edition of the Mizuho Americas Open is on tap this week for the LPGA Tour's top talent as 120 of the world's best players descend upon Liberty National Golf ...

  22. Inbee Park WITB, What's in Inbee Park's bag?

    Mar 28, 2021. Equipment editor Hannah Holden takes a look in the bag of Inbee Park. Inbee Park is a Srixon staff player and uses the premium XXIO range they own. For people unfamiliar with this their clubs are designed for players with slower swing speeds - so under 95mph with the driver. They have lighter head weights, more flexible shafts ...

  23. Pros

    1975. The PING Gold Putter Vault is created to recognize PING putter wins by tour pros. For every tour win with a PING putter, two gold-plated replicas of the winning model are made. One is given to the tournament champion, the other is placed in the vault.

  24. Regions Tradition 2024: Doug Barron wins 1st PGA Tour ...

    Doug Barron wins first PGA Tour Champions major at 2024 Regions Tradition. Just before the start of the final round of the 2024 Regions Tradition, the first of five majors in 2024 on the PGA Tour Champions schedule, Steve Stricker withdrew from next week's PGA Championship, the second major of the PGA Tour campaign.