What golf clubs and ball does Justin Thomas use? Our in-depth review of what’s in the bag of the two-time PGA Championship winner for 2022.
The former World No.1, Major champion and 2021 Players Championship winner lifted his second Major (and second US PGA title) with an incredible victory at Southern Hills.
Thomas was eight shots back at the start of the final day but produced his third 67 (three-under) of the week to force a three-hole play-off with Will Zalatoris. He played the three holes in two-under-par to beat his fellow American by a single shot. It was Thomas’ 15th PGA Tour win and ties the record for the biggest comeback in PGA Championship history.
It was the 29-year-old’s first win since his Players Championship triumph in March 2021, his first with Jim ‘Bones’ Mackay on the bag, and lifts the Ryder Cup star back into the world’s top five players.
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‘JT’ plays with all Titleist clubs, chopping and changing between the Vokey SM8 and SM9 for his wedges. He wears Footjoy shoes and golf gloves and plays with the Titleist V1x 2021 range of golf balls.
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Titleist 621.JT (5-9-iron, True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts)
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