Steve Stricker is an American-based professional golfer who hails from Edgerton, Wisconsin. He was born on the 23rd of February in 1967 and plies his craft on the PGA Tour Champions and PGA Tour. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois and as a member of the Illini golf team earned All-American honors. He and some of his brother-in-law together with his father-in-law, play on tour.
Steve Stricker’s professional career began in 1990 when he turned pro. The Canadian Professional Golf Tour was the launch pad of his pro career. The striker has five PGA Tour Championship wins, two Canadian Tour wins, 12 PGA wins and nine other wins bringing it to a total of 28 professional wins. Steve’s highest ranking in the World Golf Ranking was number two.
Keep reading to find out the kind of equipment Steve Charles Stricker, otherwise known as “Mr. September” has in his bag.
Steve Stricker WITB 2021?
Steve’s 2021 bag is a slight variation of what he used in the Charles Schwab Challenge in 2020. The Ryder Cup captain switched his driver, a Titleist 913-D3 to a Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond Driver.
Here is a look at Steve Stricker’s WITB:
- Driver: The Callaway Epic-Speed Triple-Diamond 9-degrees, Shaft: Fujikura Speeder VC 8.2 Flex-Graphite
- 3-Wood:Titleist 915F 13.5-degrees, Shaft-Mitsubishi Tensei Pro White 80-TX Flex
- Hybrid:Titleist 816-H1 with Fujikura-Motore Speeder Shaft VC 9.2-X
- Irons:The Callaway Apex-19 Raw and Callaway Apex -21 TCB with True Temper Dynamic Gold-Tour Issue-X100 Flex Shafts
- Wedges:Titleist Vokey-SM8, Titleist Vokey-SM6, and Titleist Vokey with True Temper-Dynamic Gold X100 with Sensicore
- Putter:Odyssey White Hot-2
- Golf Ball:Titleist Pro-V1x
His last tournament win was in 2018 in the Cologuard Classic at the Catalina Course in Tucson, Arizona.
Steve Stricker WITB 2020
Even though Steve did not make the cut in the Farmers Insurance Open in January 2020 and other tour events in the 2020 season, he played in the Rocket Mortgage Classic and other events that year.
Here is a look at the set of equipment found in his bag in 2020:
- Driver: The Titleist 913 D 3 8.5 degrees
- 3-Wood: The Titleist 915F 13.5 degrees with Mitsubishi Tensei Pro White-80TX Shaft
- Hybrid: The Titleist 816 H1 with Fujikura-Motore Speeder VC 9.2X Shaft
- Irons: The Callaway ApexPro and Titleist 755 (4-9) attached with True Temper-Dynamic Gold Tour Issue Shafts X 100
- Wedges:The Titleist Vokey-SM8, Titleist Vokey-SM6, and Titleist Vokey with True-Temper Dynamic Gold X100 Shaft with Sensicore
- Golf Ball:Titleist Pro V1x
Stricker, a twelve-time winner of the PGA Tour did not have a lucky break in the 2020 season partly due to the Corona Virus outbreak. A couple of tour events like the British Open was canceled and other Majors were pushed forward.
What Drivers and Shafts Do Steve Stricker Use?
The former World Number two in ranking carries a set of drivers he has used for a long time.
Here are the drivers and shafts Steve Stricker has in the bag:
He uses a Callaway Epic Speed Triple-Diamond with Fujikura Motore-Speeder VC 8.2 X Flex Shaft. He also used a Titleist 913D3 driver in the previous 2020 season.
Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Drivers
Many professional golfers including Steve Stricker trust and use Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Drivers. His preferred choice of the brand is the Gold Tour Drivers.
True Temper Dynamic Gold Shafts
Steve Stricker uses True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts for his Callaway Apex 19 Raw Irons. He also employs the use of True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 Shaft with Sensicore on his wedges.
Daniel Van Tonder’s Winning WITB 2021
Daniel Van Tonder is a 30-year-old South African golfer who plays professionally on the Sunshine Tour in South Africa. He has eight professional wins under his belt and is keen on securing more European Tour wins.
Here is a look at Daniel Van Tonder’s bag that he used to win the Kenya Savannah Classic in 2021:
- Driver:Titleist TSi3 with Mitsubishi-Tensei AV Raw White 75-X Shaft
- 3-Wood:The Titleist TSi2-13.5 degrees with Mitsubishi-Tensei Raw AV White 85 X Shaft
- 5-Wood:The Titleist TSi2 18 degrees with Mitsubishi Tensei Raw AV White 85 X Shaft
- Irons:Titleist 716 MB and Titleist 718-MB 4-PW
- Wedges:Titleist Vokey Design-SM8
- Putter:Scotty Cameron Futura-5MB
- Ball:Titleist Pro-V1x
Daniel Van Tonder’s future prospects in golf are very promising. He was ranked 23rd on World Amateur Rankings and has carried the banner for his country severally in tournaments.