James Savage runs through Lee Westwood's bag after his emotional victory at the Nedbank Golf Challenge

This is Lee Westwood’s WITB for his 2018 season. For his 2021 WITB setup click here.

Ping would be first to admit that Westwood used to be a bit of nightmare when it came to getting him using their latest equipment.

But the long-time Ping staffer has a bag pretty much full of their latest gear.

Including the brand new Sigma 2 Fetch putter which we reviewed recently.

Lee Westwood WITB

His driver of choice is the G400 LST – a model he has been using ever since it was launched ahead of the 2017 US Open.

Lee Westwood WITB

Westwood also opts for the G400 3-wood before the one club in his bag which is a few years old – the Ping G hybrid.

The Englishman made the switch from the i200 to the i210 irons early this year.

Lee Westwood WITB

He loves the i210 so much he’s even got Ping to make him up a sand wedge in the model.

So he actually carried two U wedges but one has been tweaked to 54˚ while the other is at the standard 50˚.

Lee Westwood WITB

It’s quite interesting to see Westwood use the Fetch model from the Sigma 2 range.

Although Westwood is hardly a spring chicken any more, the Fetch was designed to allow people to pick the ball out of the hole without bending over.

Westwood didn’t take advantage of this technology as he landed his 24th European Tour win at Sun City.

When it comes to his golf ball, Westwood is a Titleist loyalist. His model of choice is the Pro V1x.

Westwood’s victory marked 3,000 worldwide wins for the Pro V1 franchise since it was launched 18 years ago.

Lee Westwood WITB

It was also Westwood’s first victory with girlfriend Helen Storey on the bag.

We had seen Westwood back with long-time bagman Billy Foster at the Turkish Open last week.

Lee Westwood WITB

Lee Westwood WITB

Driver: Ping G400 LST, 10˚

3-wood: Ping G400, 14.5

Hybrid: Ping G 19˚

Irons: Ping i210 4-PW

Wedges: Ping i210 50˚, 54˚, Glide Forged 60˚

Putter: Ping Sigma 2 Fetch

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x

More information can be found on the Ping website.