Lucas Glover proved to the world of golf and himself that he is absolutely still a winner. The John Deere Classic was Glovers first win in 10 years. With the way his game is looking, it shouldn’t take another ten years for him to win another tournament. Former US Open winner Lucas Glover has a mixed bag of equipment that is quite interesting and a good set for any amateur player to learn from. Since Glover does not have a complete bag equipment contract, we get to see some unique options from a variety of companies. Let’s take a look at what John Deere Classic champion Lucas Glover has in his golf bag.
The Srixon Z785 with a Fujikura Ventus Blue 7x shaft is the driver of choice for Glover. With all of the new golf technology on the market, this driver is certainly not the latest. In fact, if you want to pick up a Z785, the pricing has dropped considerably since its release. Glover plays this club incredibly consistently and has an average driving distance of just under 300 yards.
Fairway Woods & Utilities
Glover carries one fairway wood, the Ping G425 Max, and one utility iron, the Titleist U500, in the 3 iron loft. On the fairway, wood Glove has a unique TPT 14 Hi shaft. However, he goes right back to the Fujikura Ventus Blue again when it comes to the utility. This is probably to help keep some consistency between golf shafts in the bag.
The Mizuno JPX 919 Tour irons in a 4-PW will fill the majority of Glover’s golf bag. These irons are equipped with a Nippon Pro Modus 3 120 TX golf shaft, and he plays the 4-PW. The JPX 919 Tour golf irons are known for having tremendous feel and precision.
Glover players the Titleist Vokey wedge in the SM7 for the 52 and 56-degree wedges. His 60-degree wedge is the older SM5. Each of these wedges has the Nippon Pro Modus3 Tour 125, so they have a similar feel to the irons.
Finally, the putter, the club that helped secure a win after ten years without, is the Scotty Cameron Select Squareback 2. This is a fairly classic-looking design with tremendous feel and consistency. When having to work his way back up through the Korn Ferry Tour to make it back on the PGA Tour, a putter like this is something that Glover knew he could rely on week after week. Lucky for him, it has finally paid off.
As you can see, Lucas Glover’s golf bag is a bit more unique than other bags on the market. Since he doesn’t have a whole bag equipment contract, we get to see lots of options from various manufacturers. It’s interesting to think about and learn from this unique compilation of clubs that Lucas Glover has put together to get himself back in the winner’s circle. What will his bag have in it the next time he’s crowned champion?