We take a look at the clubs Bernhard Langer used to become the oldest player to make the cut at the Masters

What clubs did Bernhard Langer hit to shoot 69, 72 and become the oldest player to make the cut at the Masters?

Langer beat the previous record held by Tommy Aaron, who was aged 63 and 1 month when he made the cut back in 2000.

“Yes, I am a little bit proud to tell you the truth. When you think of all the legends who have played this tournament – guys like Gary Player, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and on and on – and so for me to be the oldest golfer to have made the cut means a lot.”

“I saw Tommy Aaron at the Past Champions Dinner on Tuesday. I told him that his record of making the cut at 63 is an impressive achievement but I warned him that I was coming after it, and that I had a chance this week. He laughed and wished me luck, and here we are. I have known Tommy for more than 30 years because of the Past Champions Dinner and because he kept on competing for many years. He is a gentleman of the game and he has always treated me very well. We have respect for each other.”   

“You know it is not easy to make the cut here. It is not an easy golf course, especially in recent years as the golf course has become much longer, so it is hard for us 50 and 60-year-olds to make the cut. It is not surprising that Tommy’s record stood for so long.” 

Bernhard Langer WITB 2020

Driver: Ping G425 Max (9°, Graphite Design Tour AD IZ 6 X shaft)

3-wood: TaylorMade SIM Max (15°, Graphite Design Tour AD DI 7 X shaft)

Bernhard Langer WITB 2020

Hybrid: Adams Idea Pro (18, 22 degrees, RT Technologies Midas X shaft)

Irons: Hogan Apex MB (4), Artisan CB (5), Adams Idea Pro Black MB (6, 7) Artisan MB (8, 9) Taylor Made RSI TP (PW, Hogan Apex 4 shafts)

Wedges: Cleveland 588 RTX (56-10), Vokey SM7 (60-10K, True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts)

Bernhard Langer WITB 2020

Putter: Odyssey 2-Ball Long

Ball: Titleist Pro V1X

Bernhard Langer was talking to NCG as an ambassador for Mercedes-Benz, a global partner of the Masters. Visit the Mercedes-Benz website for more.