Is it the end of Koepka and his Nike 3-iron?March 6, 2019 Golf Equipment
It's been in play for his major championship victories but the American might be removing the only Nike club that remains in his bag
Brooks Koepka came off his best career season last year with victories at the US Open and PGA Championship.
The American remains a free agent with his clubs and his free to use any equipment on the market.
Despite winning his first event of the season at the CJ Cup the three time major champion has made some changes to his bag and looks set to remove the only Nike club remaining.
We take a look inside his bag.
What’s in Koepka’s bag?
Koepka used the TaylorMade M3 throughout 2018 but has upgraded to the company’s M5 model for 2019.
Despite this, he still uses the TaylorMade M2 Tour HL fairway wood which was present in his bag for all three of his major titles.
As it stands there is still the one Nike club in his bag which is a Vapor Fly Pro driving iron.
However, despite claiming that he loved the club from the moment he first hit it, the American has been testing a Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal Pro 3-iron which has a thinner top line than the standard club.
Koepka has also upgraded his irons from the Mizuno JPX900 Tour irons to the new 919 Tour model and uses them from his 4-iron to his pitching wedge.
He plays the new Vokey SM7 in his 52˚ and 56˚ wedges while using an older Titleist Vokey SM4 TVD 60˚.
It’s all about trust on the greens as Koepka uses the same Scotty Cameron Newport 2 that he had in play for his three major wins and plays the Titleist Pro V1x golf ball.
Brooks Koepka WITB 2019
Driver:Taylormade M5, 9.5˚
Fairway:TaylorMade M2 Tour HL 16.5°
Driving Iron:Nike Vapor Fly Pro 3-iron
Irons: Mizuno JPX919 Tour (4-PW)
Wedges:Titleist Vokey SM7 52˚, 56˚, SM4 TVD 60˚
Ball:Titleist Pro V1x