WITB Jordan Spieth - RBC Heritage Winner – Fairway Jockey

WITB Jordan Spieth - RBC Heritage Winner

If you are a Jordan Spieth fan, then you know that his career has been up and down, especially in the last few years. However, at the RBC Heritage, Jordan Spieth won in a playoff against Patrick Cantlay to show he still has it. This was Spieth's first win as a father, and you can tell that it meant quite a bit to him. We know that Spieth is a Titleist guy, but if you are wondering exactly what clubs he used to win the RBC heritage, we have you covered. 


The driver in Spieth's bag is the Titleist TSi3 set at 10 degrees. The shaft in this driver is the Fujikura Ventus Blue 6X. Spieth is known for consistently long drives and quite a bit of accuracy off the tee. When he is on, he is on. 

Fairway Wood and Hybrid 

Spieth carries one fairway wood and one hybrid in the bag. The fairway is a Titleist TS2 three wood, and it is set at 15 degrees. Not surprisingly, the TS2 features the Fujikura Ventus TR Blue 7 X. It is common for players to keep the shaft rather consistent between the driver and the 3 wood. When an alternative club is needed from the tee box, the 3 wood can fill in as a great solution. 

Spieth also has a Titleist 818 H2 hybrid set at 21 degrees. This club features the Graphite Design Tour AD DI 95 X golf shaft. We don't see Spieth take this club out of the bag all that often, but when he does, it seems to be very consistent. 


The irons are the Titleist T100 in the 4-9. The clubs all have a Project X 6.5. If you have seen the Titleist T100 golf irons, you know that they are clean looking, have a tremendous feel, and allow for workability in the golf iron. Spieth is very accurate with his golf irons, and when he is playing well, he tends to be able to attack the pin with ease. 


Like many tour players in 2022, Spieth has switched out the Vokey SM8 for the Vokey SM9. These SM9 wedges are the 46, 52, 56, and then the WedgeWorks model in the 60T. This set of wedges will allow for quite a bit of performance and feel and a variety of golf shots. As we saw at the RBC Heritage, Spieth knows how to use these wedges. They all have the True Temper Project X 6.0 shaft in them. 


Spieth players with the Scotty Cameron 009 Tour Prototype. Of all the clubs in this bag, the Scotty Cameron Tour Prototype putter is the only one that amateur golfers will not be able to find on the market. However, there are many Scotty Cameron models out there that offer just as much performance. 

As you can Spieth is a loyal Titleist supporter, but the clubs that he has in his bag are available to all amateur golfers looking to improve their game. If you want to develop some more precision and consistency in your golf game, the Titleist brand is a good one to consider.