WITB Collin Morikawa


Collin Morikawa used TaylorMade clubs and ball to win his first Major at the US PGA Championship.

The American shot a closing 64 (-6) at TPC Harding Park, including a spectacular chip-in and eagle on the back nine, to finish -13, two clear of Paul Casey and Dustin Johnson.

RELATED: WITB Dustin Johnson

Collin Morikawa lifts the Wanamaker Trophy at TPC Harding Park.

It is the 23-year-old's third PGA Tour victory in little more than a year as a pro. He has just one missed cut in that time and has moved to No.5 in the world rankings.

TESTED: Best Forged Irons 2020

The former University of California star also became the first player to win the US PGA on tournament debut since Keegan Bradley in 2011, with his weekend score of 129 (-11) the lowest in men's Major history and his Sunday 64 (-6) the tournament's lowest ever final round.


Morikawa began his career by making 22 consecutive cuts, second only to the 25-event streak Tiger Woods achieved at the start of his career.

Collin Morikawa after chipping in for birdie on the 14th hole.

Related: TaylorMade launch SIM UDI and SIM DHY driving irons

Here's a rundown of the TaylorMade clubs and ball the new World No.5 had in the bag for his victory in San Francisco…


TaylorMade SIM Driver

TaylorMade Sim

Loft: 8 degrees

Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei White 70TX

Related: Best Drivers 2020


Collin Morikawa hitting 3-wood

TaylorMade SIM

Loft: 14 degrees

Shaft: Mitsubishi Diamana D+ 80TX

Related: WITB and winning stats - US Open champion Bryson DeChambeau


TaylorMade SIM Max Rescue

TaylorMade SIM Max Rescue

Loft: 19 degrees

Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei White 100TX


Collin Morikawa hitting iron

TaylorMade P750

Lofts: 4-5

Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold X100

TaylorMade P730

Lofts: 6-PW

Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold X100


TaylorMade MG2

Lofts: 52° and 60°

Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Golf S400


Collin Morikawa putting

TaylorMade TP Juno


TaylorMade TP5 ball

TaylorMade TP5


Golf Pride Z-Grip

Golf Pride Z-Grip cord

READ NEXT: Dustin Johnson - My five lessons to lower your scores