Brooks is the prototype of today’s modern professional golfer: big, strong, and athletic with a powerful swing that is tuned like a machine. Now a winner of 5 Majors, Brooks Koepka often plays his best when he’s pitted against the toughest fields of competition. Brooks earlier in his career avoided signing restrictive sponsorship deals when it came to his clubs, because he likes the ability to play whatever clubs are working for him at any given time. In the past, he had quite a lot of success playing Mizuno irons (JPX900 and JPX919 Tour), having won 4 of his majors playing the brand known for its buttery feel. But he switched to Srixon irons toward the end of 2020 and promptly won the Waste Management Phoenix open in February 2021. So when you look at Brooks’ golf bag, you’re going to find quite an interesting mix of brands which we find quite refreshing in this day and age. Brooks Koepka even still plays a Nike Vapor Fly Pro 3-iron -- a club that was discontinued in 2016 with the rest of Nike's golf club line. (Guess the other PGA Tour pro who still plays a Nike Vapor Fly Pro! Hint, hint: search our database for the answer.)
After coming so close at the Masters last month, Brooks showed up to the PGA Championship at Oak Hill as a man on a mission. In spite of a stacked leaderboard of contenders, Brooks Koepka showed everyone why he's still the most dangerous man in golf, with a steely-eyed performance on Sunday to cruise to victory and his fifth major championship. His bag this week was pretty much identical to what we saw at the Masters, going with Srixon for driver, irons and his golf ball. But as we are accustomed to seeing with Brooks, he mixes in the TaylorMade M2 3-wood, his trusty Nike Vapor Fly Pro 3-iron, Cleveland wedges and his Scotty Cameron putter to round out his bag of favorite tools. After overcoming so much adversity with his health the last 2 years, we are so excited to see what he can do at the remaining majors in 2023.
Here are the clubs and equipment that Brooks Koepka was using as of May 21, 2023. We've catalogued all of Brooks Koepka's club and equipment data into our PGAClubTracker.com database, making it easy to see each player’s club preferences, and how they compare to other Tour players.
Brooks Koepka is currently ranked #29 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
With this bag, Brooks Koepka won the PGA Championship (2023).
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