What’s In The Bag: Phil Mickelson At The PGA Championship

By August 5, 2018Headlines, Tour News


Phil Mickelson At The PGA Championship

Phil Mickelson is one of the favorites heading into the PGA Championship this week, and he's looking to capture his 6th career major win at Bellerive with 14 Callaway clubs and a Chrome Soft X Golf Ball in his bag. Here's a look at his equipment as he gears up for the final major of the year.
Tournament: PGA Championship

Rogue Sub Zero

Phil has been playing the Rogue Sub Zero throughout 2018 and he’s said that it’s the best that he’s driven the ball in years. He particularly likes the variety off shot shapes he can play with this driver.

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X-Forged UT

According to Mickelson, he likes that he can hit these utility irons very low with a lot of rollout in the fast and firm conditions, and they’re especially a great option off the tee for tight landing areas.

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X-Forged (5-7), Apex MB 18 (8-PW)

Phil likes the turf interaction and precision of the X-Forged mid-irons. The triple 20V grooves that are featured on them promote a high level of control and excellent spin out of any course condition. He’s had the Apex MB 18 short irons in the bag this year, and he’s used this setup in previous years with forged irons in the middle of his set, and blades in the 8-PW. 

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Chrome Soft X

Phil loves the added distance off the tee and feel around the greens that Chrome Soft X provides.  He looks to add another win with it in the bag this week at Carnoustie Golf Club.

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Mack Daddy PM Grind

Phil worked with Callaway Chief Designer and legendary wedge maker Roger Cleveland on the Mack Daddy PM Grind Wedges. The “PM” is based off his initials and he carrys a 56*, 60* and 64*.

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Odyssey Versa #9 White

This has been Phil’s go-to putter for years, and it clearly seems to be working for him. He’s statistically having one of the best years in PGA Tour history.

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