Want to know what Jason Day had in his bag when he won THE PLAYERS Championship? We’ve got the list for you right here. Plus, we got all the details as to why these clubs will make all the difference when you play your next round of golf.
What’s in Jason’s Bag
Driver: TaylorMade M1 460
The TaylorMade M1 460 driver looks magnificent. The club looks like a sports car and performs just the way you’d expect a sports car to handle – fast. Underneath the club head are two sliding bars, each with its own specific purpose. The first sliding bar changes the center of gravity either forward or back while the second sliding bar changes the ball flight from a draw or fade. Jason uses the Mitsubishi Rayon KuroKage S TiNi shaft for playing in the big leagues.
Fairway Wood: TaylorMade M2 HL
The TaylorMade M2 HL fairway wood has no adjustability at all. It’s all rip-it and grip-it technology. There’s a big speed slot across the bottom which is bigger for increased ball speed and distance. The club comes in a standard 15-degree loft and the ferrule is much thinner than in other fairway woods. This fluted hosel means sections have been cut out to save weight. The club has a carbon crown with a white border and it sits nice and square down next to the ball. Jason uses the Mitsubishi Rayon KuroKage S TiNi 80x shaft with this fairway wood.
Irons: TaylorMade RSi 2
The key technology in the TaylorMade RSi 2 irons are its slots on the sole and the club face. The slots on the toe and the heel create a friendlier face for higher, faster ball launches with less spin. These slots are there to make sure you don’t lose too much performance. Also, the irons are designed to help players on mis-hits. Mis-hits happen when you move away from the middle of the clubface when hitting the ball. In essence, the clubface gives in more easily wherever you make contact, helping generate more ball speed.
Wedges: TaylorMade Tour Preferred EF
The TaylorMade Tour Preferred EF wedge delivers long-lasting high-spin performance. The sharp, long-lasting grooves make the ball spin like crazy. Unlike other TaylorMade wedges, this club has a fixed face. The shape of the club has a classic look to it because of its soft 1025 carbon steel body. A dark smoke PVD finish reduces glare so you won’t be distracted by light bouncing off of the club. This wedge is for Tour professionals so it’s no surprise Jason had this in his bag.
Putter: TaylorMade Ghost Spider Limited Red
The main idea behind the TaylorMade Ghost was to make it look like the Redback Spider that’s indigenous to Australia. TaylorMade worked directly with Jason to create a club that was best suited to his eye. The putter features a milled gunmetal Pure Roll insert that encourages better forward roll across the face, and an alignment aid on the crown. You’ll soon be able to own one yourself as TaylorMade just announced that 2,000 Spider Limited red putters will be produced for public purchase.
Ball: TaylorMade Tour Preferred X (No. 87)
The TaylorMade Tour Preferred X is a 5-layer constructed golf ball that’s the premium choice for Tour players. The ball is long off of the tee and provides a soft feel into the green. It features brand new soft tech cover material. The key difference with the 5 layers is that the ball spins a little bit less off to mid to long iron shots. This makes the golf ball appealing to Tour players who have considerable spin already.