WITB Max Homa - Wells Fargo Championship Winner
Max Homa is an entertaining and highly skilled player to watch. Whether you are new to the game of golf or have been playing your entire life, there is no denying the fact that Homa can play. Watching Max Home bring home another Wells Fargo championship under difficult conditions was quite impressive. If you think that Homa’s clubs helped him get that done, here is what he had in the bag at the Wells Fargo Championship.
Driver and Fairway Woods
Max Homa is a TItliest guy. If you like Titleist golf clubs, then there will be quite a bit of information here to use when building out your next set of clubs. Titleist is typically a club of choice for players that are very particular about ball striking and feel.
Homa has the Titleist TSi3 driver in his bag, set at 10 degrees. The shaft in the club is a Fujikura Ventus Black 6X. As you likely saw during the Wells Fargo, Homa has quite a bit of club head speed, and this loft and shaft combination helps him control spin and launch on his drives.
For fairway woods, Max Homa carries both a 3 wood and a 5 wood. The 3 wood and the 5 wood are the same models, the TSi2.
Interestingly the shaft in these two fairway woods is a bit different. The 3 wood features the Aldila Rogue Silver 130 MSI 80 TX, and the 5 wood has a Graphite Design Tour AD XC 9 TX. The different shafts are used to create more playability, launch, and workability.
Max Homa plays with the Titleist T100S in the 4 iron, the T100 in the 5 iron, and the Titleist 620MB in the 6-9. This combination allows him a unique range of options for working the ball and hitting a wide range of golf shots. All irons have the KBS $ Taper 130 X shaft in place.
As Homa is a Titleist guy, it should come as no surprise that he has a lineup of Titleist Vokey wedges in his bag. The SM9 wedges are 46, 50, 56, and 60 degrees. The 46 degree wedge has the same shaft as the irons, but the other wedges in the bag will feature the KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 125 S.
The putter Max Homa used to solidify his win at the Wells Fargo Championship was the Scotty Cameron Phantom X T5.5 Prototype. This is the only club in Homa’s bag that you will not be able to get your hands on, but sometimes after a few months, Scotty Cameron will release a prototype to the market.
Overall you can see that the clubs in Max Homa’s bag are a great solution for those that are precise ball strikers that have high club head speeds. If you need help deciding which of these clubs could be perfect for you or the shaft that may be a bit more fit to your swing speed, the experts at Fairway Jockey can help.