Justin Thomas Clubs: What’s in the Bag?

Having won two major championships and several other tournaments, Justin Thomas has cemented his place in golf history as one of the best to have ever played the game.

This success enabled him to land a ‘club and ball’ partnership with the all-American golf brand, Titleist. In addition, he also has a footwear deal with one of the best golf shoe brands, Footjoy, and a Greyson clothing sponsorship.

Join us in taking a closer look at Justin Thomas’ clubs and his other tools of the trade.

Justin Thomas WITB in 2024

Here’s what’s in the bag with Justin Thomas for 2024:

Item Model Loft Shaft
Driver Titleist TSi3 9.5º Mitsubishi Diamana ZF 60 TX
3 Wood Titleist TS3 15º Mitsubishi AV Raw Blue 85 TX
5 Wood Titleist 915Fd 19.5º Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 9.2 Tour Spec X
4 Iron Titleist T100 True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100
5-9 Iron Titleist 620 MB True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100
PW, GW, SW Titleist Vokey Design SM9 47º, 52º, 57º True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100
LW Titleist Vokey Design Wedgeworks 60.5º True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400
Putter Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 tour
Ball Titleist Pro V1X
Apparel Greyson Clothiers
Shoes Footjoy golf shoes

Justin Thomas’ Driver: Titleist TSi3

Justin Thomas’ bag starts with his driver. He hasn’t changed from using the Mitsubishi Diamana ZF as his shaft for a long period of time, even then, he has had quite a few changes in the kind of drive slot he uses.

More recently he opted for the TSi3 and did so immediately when they were released back in 2020. Previously, he used the TS3 and experimented with the TSi2 before settling on the TSi3. It will be interesting to see if he sticks with this driver going forward.

The TSi3 is made with strong aerodynamic titanium metal and comes equipped with five adjustable positions that alter the driver’s center of gravity. Its stout shape and advanced aerodynamics give the player’s hand a better feel with a boost on the club head speed and distance.


  • Loft: options 8º, 9º, 10º, and 11º
  • Mitsubishi Diamana ZF 60 TX shaft
  • 460cc head size
  • Men’s standard length 45.5”
  • Women’s standard length 44.5”

Justin Thomas’ 3 Wood: Titleist TS3

For Justin Thomas’ woods, he chooses to stay with the traditional older TS3 clubs for the 3 wood. After testing out the TSi fairway woods when they were released in 2020, he realized he hit the 3 wood farther than he wanted. He could control the ball’s speed and distance with a high MOI and thinner face on the TS3.


  • Loft: options 8.5º, 9.5º, and 10.5º
  • Mitsubishi AV Raw Blue 85 TX
  • Men’s standard length 45.5”
  • Women’s standard length 44.5”

Justin Thomas’ 5 Wood: Titleist 915FD

While some other professional players have added a 7 wood to their collection, Thomas has stuck with the Titleist 915FD 5 wood since 2016. This is even older than his 3 wood. He couples it up with a Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 9.2 Tour Spec X shaft. While Justin claims he could use this off the tee, he prefers to use it in par fives or in 250-260 yardages.


  • Loft: options 13.5º, 15º, and 18º
  • Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 9.2 Tour Spec X
  • Men’s standard length 43”
  • Swing weight D2

Justin Thomas’ Irons: Titleist T100, Titleist 620 MB

titleist t100

As we continue our WITB with Justin Thomas, we’ll cover his irons. For a little more forgiveness and versatility while on the course, Justin uses the 4 iron T100 irons series, then transitions into the 620MB. The 620MB irons go from 5-9 iron. The T100 is built around a three Ds concept that is:

  • Distance
  • Descent
  • Dispersion

This is a result of the research carried out by the Titleist team to create a product better than its predecessor.

He uses True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X10 shafts for his irons.

Justin Thomas’ Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design Wedgeworks, Vokey Design SM9

For his pitch, sand, and gap wedges, Thomas uses three Vokey Design SM9s. A lot of the design incorporations that were added to these clubs resulted from Justin’s feedback. He stated that the clubs’ sole, bounce, and grind enabled him to connect better to the ground. He uses these first three clubs with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts.

He uses Titleist Vokey Design Wedgeworks club with a True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 Shaft for his lob wedge.

Justin Thomas Putter: Scotty Cameron Phantom X5.5


To wrap up what clubs Justin Thomas’ uses, we’ll cover his putter. Having previously held the no.1 golf rank, I think it’s pretty safe to say that Justin is a pretty good putter. For his putting, Justin uses the prototype Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 tour. He finds that as the lie angle on the shaft creates an arc, this works well with his preference for an open-closed stroke.

Justin Thomas’ Golf Balls: Titleist Pro V1x

Being a good low ball hitter, Justin benefits from using the Titleist Pro V1X ball. Many more professional golfers also use this ball. The Pro V1X is particularly favorable when playing in windy conditions with its long game strong ball flights.

Justin Thomas’ Grips: Golf Tour Velvet Tour Cords and Superstroke Pistol GT Tour

For his irons, wedges, and woods, Justin uses the Golf Tour Velvet Tour Cord. Within the rubber grip, there is a bushed cord allowing Justin to use his clubs in all weather conditions and environments. As his putter is custom made, it comes with its unique Superstroke Pistol GT tour grip design.

Justin Thomas’ Shoes: Footjoy Golf Shoes

Footjoy is arguably the best golf shoe brand ever, so it should be no surprise that multiple professional golfers sport their shoes. In the most recent tournaments, Justin has worn three different types of shoes from the brand:

  • The spiked Tarlow
  • The spikeless Flint
  • The spiked Packard

Justin Thomas’ Apparel

Although he was previously sponsored by Ralph Lauren, Justin recently signed a brand partnership deal with Greyson Clothiers.

Justin Thomas’ golf bag changes but will always be a Titleist bag while he remains sponsored by them.

What Are Justin Thomas’ Clubs’ Worth?

Although you may have to shop second-hand, here are the average prices for each of Justin Thomas’ golf clubs.

Item Model Approx. Price (USD)
Driver Titleist TSi3 $660
3 Wood Titleist TS3 $299
5 Wood Titleist 915Fd $330
Irons full set Titleist T100 $1299.99
PW, GW, SW Titleist Vokey Design SM9 From $149 each
LW Titleist Vokey Design Wedgeworks $179
Putter Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 tour $429
Total $3,676

Justin Thomas What’s in the Bag 2024 FAQ

Does Titleist Sponsor Justin Thomas?

Yes, JT is sponsored by Titleist.

What Clothing Brand Is Justin Thomas Now Wearing?

Justin Thomas recently made the switch from Ralph Lauren to Greyson Clothiers.

Wrapping up – What’s in Justin Thomas’ Bag

Justin’s bag is filled with multiple clubs that could serve not just the pros but also typical golfers just trying to reduce their scores. The Titleist collection also has other unique clubs that could prove a great help in transforming your game.

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Chris's love for golf is only rivaled by his wanderlust. A globetrotter at heart, He’s played courses throughout Europe and Asia and at home in NSW, Australia. With a writing style as smooth as his golf swing, he’ll help you find the right gear to match your skill level and style. You can connect with Chris on LinkedIn.

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