What Golf Clubs Does Max Homa Use
Max Homa has continued his rise through the game by claiming a fourth PGA Tour victory at the Wells Fargo Championship, but what golf clubs does this Titleist Brand Ambassador use?
Homa trusted a full bag of Titleist equipment for his success, including the Pro V1 golf ball and 14 clubs, most notably the TSi3 Driver, T100, T100•S and 620 MB irons, Vokey Design SM9 wedges and a Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 tour prototype putter.
Homa was one of a multiple number of players who placed their trust in Titleist equipment at TPC Potomac, with the brand having more players use a Titleist Driver (26%), Hybrid (30%), Utility Iron (63%), Iron (28%), Wedge (54%) and Putter (36%) than any other manufacturer.
WHAT’S IN MAX HOMA’S BAG
- Pro V1 Golf Ball
- TSi3 (10) Driver
- TSi2 (15, 21) Fairway
- T100•S (4), T100 (5), 620 MB (6-9) Irons
- Vokey Design SM9 (46.10F, 50.12F, 56.14F, 60.04L) Wedges
- Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 tour prototype Putter
Max Homa moved into the 2021 Pro V1 golf ball earlier this season at the Farmers Insurance Open, following a visit that week to the Titleist Performance Institute.
Jeff Beyers, Tour Consultant for Titleist Golf Ball R&D, said: “Max was looking for a little more height throughout the bag (compared to the previous generation Pro V1 he was playing). With the 2021 Pro V1 he was seeing that increase in peak height and the steeper angle of descent that he wanted. We went through a lot of clubs, he really liked the window, how consistently the ball was flying - and the numbers were right in line.”
Homa ranked third in strokes gained off the tee (+5.862) using his TSi3 Driver, something he also adapted during his visit to the Titleist Performance Institute.
Originally playing a lower degree version of the TSi3, Titleist’s Director of Player Promotion, J.J. Van Wezenbeeck, said: "His new setup allowed him to feel like he could stay on top of his fade easier and apply more force through the ball."
The American's unique iron setup has allowed him to move away from his traditional blades, incorporating a T100•S four iron and T100 five iron, alongside the 620 MB for his shorter irons.
Speaking about the change in his long irons, Homa said: "(They are) very, very easy to hit. I can work it a little bit, but it just comes down a lot softer...the four iron has become a weapon, especially on par fives."
This win signifies the 16th victory for Vokey wedge players this season on the PGA Tour and the choice to put them straight in the bag was an easy one for Homa. He said "I put them right in the bag, just because honestly I trust Vokey....I could tell right away it was just something that was going to be a little bit easier to flight in the breeze, which is always good. The extra control is just taking out a variable."
In each of his last three wins Homa has trusted a Scotty Cameron Phantom X model. “Speed control became much easier with the Phantom style. I felt like because of the weight of the head and the way it swung, it was a lot easier to control my putts from 15 to 25 feet model," said Homa who finished fourth in strokes gained putting (+7.569) at the Wells Fargo.
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