Equipment editor Hannah Holden takes a look at the clubs Ludvig Aberg has in his bag for 2023
Two starts was all it took for Ludvig Aberg to become a champion on the DP World Tour. His victory at the Omega European Masters got him more than tour ranking points. It locked up his spot as part of Luke Donald’s 2023 European Ryder Cup team.
So what clubs has Aberg been using for his fast start on the PGA Tour and DP World Tour? He currently doesn’t have an equipment deal so has a good mix of brands in play. Let’s take a closer look.
What’s in Ludvig Aberg’s bag?
At the top of his bag, Aberg has the Titleist TSR2 driver in play. He pairs this with a TaylorMade Stealth 2 3-wood and a Titleist TSR3 hybrid.
He carries a Titleist T-MB 718 2-iron before transitioning into a full set of the Titleist T100 irons. His long clubs certainly worked for his win in Switzerland, Aberg gained 15.04 strokes gained from tee to green, which was 3.24 shots better than anyone else in the field.
Ludvig carries three of the 2022 Titleist Vokey SM9 wedges in 50, 54 and 60 degrees, and interestingly, all are fairly low bounce. He has an Odyssey Works Versa #1 putter and uses the Titleist Pro V1x golf ball.
Ludvig Aberg WITB 2023
Driver: Titleist TSR2 (9°, D4 SureFit hosel setting, Fujikura Ventus Black 6 X shaft)
Fairway wood: TaylorMade Stealth 2 (15°, Fujikura Ventus TR Blue 8 X shaft)
Hybrid: Titleist TSR3 (19°, B1 SureFit setting, Graphite Design Tour AD DI Hybrid 95 X shaft)
Irons: Titleist 718 T-MB (2), Titleist T-100 (4-9, KBS Tour 130 X shafts)
Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design 2022 SM9 (50°-08F, 54°-10S, 60°-08M, KBS Tour 130 X shafts)
Putter: Odyssey Works Versa #1
Ball: Titleist Pro V1x
Grips: Golf Pride MCC
Shoes: Adidas ZG23 Golf Shoes
Ludvig Aberg Background
Ludvig Aberg is a Swedish Professional Golfer. He turned pro in June 2023 and made his professional debut at the RBC Canadian Open on the PGA Tour, where he made the cut and finished in a tie for 25th place.
He has four top-25 finishes in seven appearances on the US circuit, headlined by a tied-for-fourth finish at the John Deere Classic. He finished tied fourth in the D+D Real Czech Masters before winning the 2023 Omega European Masters on the DP World Tour.
Aberg was named the Ben Hogan Award winner, as the best college player in the United States in both 2022 and 2023, he becomes the only player since Jon Rahm to win the award twice.
In April 2021, he became the number one ranked amateur golfer in Europe, in September 2022 he rose to number one in the World Amateur Golf Ranking.
- 2016 Galvin Green Junior Open, Skandia Junior Open
- 2017 Fairhaven Trophy
- 2019 Sun Bowl All-America Classic
- 2021 Jones Cup Invitational, The Prestige, Thunderbird Collegiate
- 2022 The Prestige, Big 12 Men’s Championship
- 2023 The Prestige, Valspar Collegiate, Big 12 Men’s Championship, NCAA Norman Regional
- Omega European Masters
- Katrineholm Open (as an amateur)
- Barsebäck Resort Masters (as an amateur)
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