The seven most popular golf brands among professionals on the PGA Tour

Scottie Scheffler

The equipment used by the professionals on the PGA Tour, DP World Tour and in LIV Golf varies quite wildly.

However, these are the brands that dominate the bags of professionals.

Titleist

Titleist produce several clubs, balls, shafts and other equipment that prove very popular with professionals.

Their Vokey design wedges are among the most common clubs found on the PGA Tour.

Other popular clubs include the various TSR3 and TSR2 drivers their T-100 irons and they also produce Scotty Cameron putters.

Callaway

Callaway have also carved out a large chunk of the professional market.

Known for their drivers it is perhaps surprising that the Callaway Jaws Raw wedges are their most popular clubs with tour players.

The Odyssey brand is often counted as separate from Callaway, but the range of putters are produced under the umbrella of Callaway Golf.

PING

PING have made a statement with their G430 LST driver on the professional tour.

Other versions of that driver are more popular with the average player but the low-spin option gets great distance for the better strikers of the ball.

They also cater to the needs of many professionals with various prototype putters that are only rarely made available to the public.

TaylorMade

TaylorMade have several PGA Tour staffers using their Qi10 drivers, earning them loads of professional fans.

Various versions of the Spider Tour putters are also a common sight in PGA Tour bags.

TaylorMade supplies Scottie Scheffler with his P7TW irons and he uses the Spider Tour X on the green.

Srixon

Srixon has made a name for itself as a supplier of world-class players’ irons.

The ZX7 MKII irons appear in several top professional bags including Shane Lowry.

They also make the increasingly popular ZX5 MKII driver.

Mizuno

Japanese makers Mizuno hold a place as one of the best makers of irons, but in recent times they have sought to increase their share of the driver market too.

Grayson Murray and Keith Mitchell have both come around to using the ST-X 230 off the tee.

Their T24 and T22 wedge ranges are also popular with PGA Tour professionals.

PXG

PXG make the fantastically named 0311 Sugar Daddy wedges which have a fair few PGA Tour professionals onside.

They make elite drivers, irons and putters as well, with Eric Cole perhaps the player who is the biggest fan of the growing brand.

The 0311 Black Ops driver is one that a few players have admired but not too many have adopted.

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