WITB Cameron Smith - Tournament of Champions Winner
Anytime a golfer wins a PGA Tour event, it can be interesting to see what golf clubs were used to do so. Cameron Smith recently won the Sentry Tournament of Champions; however, his win was not an ordinary one. Breaking a long-standing PGA Tour record, Cameron Smith showed that he is not afraid to go really low. Let’s take a look at the clubs that helped him to do so; without spoiling too much, we can tell you that Smith is a Titleist guy.
The driver that helped Cameron Smith split so many fairways is the Titleist TSi3. The driver features a Fujikura Ventus Blue 6 X shaft, and he plays the club set at ten degrees of loft. Smith has plenty of club head speed, and the speed combined with the low dispersion rates from Titleist make for a pretty good combination.
The more of these “WITB” features you read, the more you will realize how much the fairway woods and hybrids vary from golfer’s bag to another. Smith is a player that likes fairway woods as he has a Titleist TSi2 3 wood and a Titleist TS2 7 wood. The 3 wood is set at 16 degrees, while the 7 wood is set at 19 degrees.
Cameron Smith plays with the Titleist T100 Black in the 5-9 iron, and they have a KBS Tour 130 X Custom Matte Black shaft. If you caught a glimpse of this iron over the weekend, you might have noticed how great looking it is. Smith also carries a Mizuno Pro Fli Hi 3 to use for a long iron. This is the only non-Titleist club in the bag at the moment.
The Titleist Vokey Design SM9 wedges are, without surprise, the choice for Cameron Smith. He carries a 46, 52, 56, and 60-degree wedge in various grinds and bounces. Smith’s wedge game is quite impressive, and sometimes we talk about home important consistency is in the wedge game. These wedges all feature the same KBS Tour 130 X shaft that you see in Cameron Smith’s golf irons.
Most of the golf clubs in Cameron Smith’s bag can be purchased by amateur golfers trying to recreate his impressive performance. However, the Scotty Cameron 009M Prototype will be a little harder to get your hands on.
Scotty Cameron makes a variety of prototype putters to share with golfers on the PGA Tour in hopes that one of these putters will prove itself quite well on tour. With the performance that Cameron Smith had at the Tournament of Champions, don’t be surprised if we see the 009 come to market at some point soon.
Overall, Cameron Smith has a classic players golf bag with beautiful irons and clubs that are built for only the best ball strikers. If you have some serious swing speed and accuracy in your game, these clubs can all be custom ordered to your exact specifications through Fairway Jockey.