Patrick Cantlay WITB - BMW Championship
The BMW Championship had plenty of action this weekend, with some top contenders in play at all times. However, in the end, Patrick Cantlay was able to bring home the win. His strong play throughout the entire event helped to outlast some low rounds. Some golfers struggled to hold their game together on the final stretch of holes, but Cantly remained solid even with a few sand saves. Patrick Cantlay is a Titleist golfer, and you will see he remains loyal throughout his entire set. Let’s take a more detailed look at what Patrick Cantlay used to win the BMW Championship.
The Driver is the TS3 from Titleist, not the new Titleist TSi3. Cantlay has certain clubs in his bag that is not the newest release, and he tends to be a player that likes to stick with something that works as opposed to changing things up.
The TS3 Driver features a Mitsubishi Diamana ZF 60 TX golf shaft, and the club head is set to 9.5 degrees. This shaft and loft combination generates alot of distance without lowering the launch too much.
Cantlay has a Titleist 915 F set at 15 degrees for his 3 wood and a Titleist TS2 5 wood set to 21 degrees. The 3 wood features a Mitsubishi DIamana ZF 70 TX, and the Mitsubishi Diamana 80 TX is featured in the 5 wood.
These clubs are known for great precision as well as consistency. The slightly heavier shaft in the 5 wood helps with control.
Patrick Cantlay has the Titleist 718 AP2 irons in the 4-9 iron. The shafts in these clubs are the True Temper Dynamic Gold 120 Tour Issue X100. These shafts are for the hardest swinging golfers with lots of club head speed and precision. The AP2 has a good amount of forgiveness built-in with plenty of precision.
It should come as no surprise that a Titleist golfers bag has a few Vokey wedges in it. Cantlay has a 46 and 52 degree wedge in the Vokey Design SM7. The SM9 wedges are 56 and the 60 degrees. Each of these features the True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issues S300 shaft.
The putter in Patrick Cantlay's bag is the Scotty Cameron Phantom X T5 Proto. This is the one club in the entire set makeup that you will have a hard time getting your hands on. Titleist tests quite a few of their designs on tour before they release them to the market. What we saw from the BMW Championship is that this putter is not only solid on short putts, but the distance control was phenomenal as well.
Patrick Cantlay has one of the best looking games on tour heading into the FedEx Finals. He has played incredibly consistent golf this year and worked hard to become one of the better players on tour. Cantlay is a no-frills golfer, and his set fits him perfectly. These Titleist clubs are consistent, long, have a great feel, and can win tournaments.