Take a Look Inside Scottie Scheffler’s Bag 2024

We all got a little worried about Scotty when he started to struggle with his putting in 2023. However, if you look at his ball striking and overall performance, you will see that he is still the best out there.

In 2024, the putts have already started to fall again for Scotty. He’s made a few changes to his bag, but the irons and wedges stay the same.

We will take a look at all of the golf clubs Scottie Scheffler has in his bag and how you can benefit from them.

What’s in Scottie Scheffler’s bag?

Driver: TaylorMade Qi10 (8 degrees) with Fujikura Ventus Black 7 X shaft

Fairway Woods: TaylorMade Qi10 3 wood (15 degrees) with Fujikura Ventus Black 8 X shaft

Driving Irons: Srixon Z U85 (3, 4) Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Hybrid Prototype 10X

Irons: TaylorMade P7TW (5-PW) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100

Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM8 (50°, 56°) Titleist Vokey Design WedgeWorks Proto (60) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 Shafts

Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour X with Golf Pride Pro Only Grip 

Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1

Grips: Golf Pride Tour Velvet

Driver: TaylorMade Qi10

Scottie Scheffler signed with TaylorMade in 2022 and started using their Stealth Plus driver, which he later replaced with the newer version, the TaylorMade Stealth Plus 2. Now he’s moved on to the TaylorMade Qi10.

Scottie has a TaylorMade Qi10 driver set to 8 degrees. The club features the Fujikura Ventus Black 7 X Shaft, the same one he had in his TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus. 

The TaylorMade Qi10 has a lot of similar features to the TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus; some things that help this driver stand out include:

  • Shallower head design, which increases MOI and enhances forgiveness 
  • 60X Carbon Twist Face to increase ball speed even when the center of the face is missed 
  • Total MOI of 10,000 g-cm² reduces rotation of the head and improves launch conditions 

The interesting thing about the new drivers released in 2024 is that they almost all offer more forgiveness. It’s not necessarily something you think Scottie Scheffler needs, but he takes full advantage of it!

Check out our review of the TaylorMade Qi10 Driver

Fairway Wood: TaylorMade Qi 10 3 Wood

Scottie has been using the Nike VR Pro three-wood for over a decade, but then he gave it up for the TaylorMade Stealth 2 fairway. For this season, he made the switch to the TaylorMade Qi10 fairway wood with a loft of 15 degrees.

Similar to the TaylorMade Qi10 driver, the new 3 wood also features more forgiveness than in the past. If you are an amateur player that struggles with getting the 3 wood off the ground, the low center of gravity and higher forgiveness here can make all the difference. 

Scottie plays with the Ventus Black 8 X in this 3 wood, which is a little different than the driver shaft. The 8X in the 3 wood is a little heavier and a little stiffer than the 7X, it’s used in the 3 wood because it’s a slightly shorter club. 

Read our review of the TaylorMade Qi 10 3 Wood

Driving Irons: Srixon Z U85 (3, 4)

Scottie Scheffler currently carries two driving irons in his bag: the Srixon Z U85 (3) and the Srixon Z U65 (4). These driving irons are designed to be versatile replacements for hybrids and long irons.

However, driving irons can be more challenging to hit than hybrids, particularly for mid-to-high handicappers who may struggle with generating enough clubhead speed to get the ball in the air.

Changing the shaft to a graphite shaft is often a good solution and can be a good choice for distance, accuracy, and control.

Irons: TaylorMade P7TW (5-PW)

Scottie Scheffler still plays with the TaylorMade P7TW irons from 5-PW, which are fitted with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts. These irons were designed in collaboration with Tiger Woods. 

The look of these irons is so clean, and they certainly have a player blade type feel. 

Before switching to the P7TW irons, Scottie Scheffler played with the TaylorMade P730 irons for a while. 

Overall, the TaylorMade P7TW and P730 irons are great choices for skilled golfers who want to take their iron game to the next level. Mid handicappers would struggle with the precision necessary to hit these clubs. 

Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM8 (50°, 56°) Titleist Vokey Design WedgeWorks Proto (60°)

Scheffler currently carries two Titleist Vokey Design SM8 wedges in his bag: a 50°, a 56° with True Temper Dynamic Gold tour Issue S400 shafts. These wedges are popular among golfers of all skill levels, known for their versatility, feel, and performance.

The Titleist Vokey Design SM8 wedges feature a progressive center of gravity that is optimized for each loft, providing golfers with the ideal combination of spin, control, and distance on every shot. 

Whether you’re looking to hit a high, soft pitch shot or a low, spinning chip shot, the Titleist Vokey Design SM8 wedges are a great choice. 

The Titleist Vokey Design WedgeWorks Proto is a tour only model that again focuses on precision and feel for the best players in the game. 

One of the great things about the Vokey Design wedges is they can work even for mid to high handicappers. You just have to be willing to put in the time practicing around the greens. Pair them with a Titleist golf ball and you’ll get the best of both worlds. 

Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour X

There’s no doubt that Scottie Scheffler’s putting is back on track and it could be in part to the switch to the TaylorMade Spider Tour X. 

He was playing the  Scotty Cameron Special Select Timeless Tour type GSS Prototype.

The putter features the True Path Alignment System and a high MOI. It’s one of the more stable putters on the market. It certainly seems as though Scottie has gained a ton of confidence in his stroke since switching to the Spider Tour X. 

Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1

Scottie Scheffler’s golf ball of choice is the Titleist Pro V1. Known for its exceptional performance and feel on the course, it’s one of the best golf balls in the game. 

The Titleist Pro V1 is designed to provide golfers with maximum distance, spin, and control on every shot. Its advanced construction includes a larger casing layer and a thinner cover, allowing the ball to travel farther and more accurately.

The Pro V1 is also designed to deliver exceptional spin and control on short-game shots, making it a popular choice among golfers who struggle to get spin.

Grips: Golf Pride Tour Velvet

Scottie Scheffler uses Golf Pride Tour Velvet grips on his clubs. These grips are a popular choice among golfers for their durability, comfort, and performance.

Interestingly, the Tour Velvet are actually some of the most basic grips in the game. They don’t have all the features and enhancements other models have, but that works for Scottie. 

Golf Pride Tour Velvet holds up over time, has good non-slip ability, and can really help any player looking for better control. 


The 2024 season is already off to a great start for Scottie. It’s unlikely that he will change any of his clubs at this point. If he does, we will update this for you. 

Now the question becomes, would these clubs help your game? If you want to play just like Scottie, start with something like the TaylorMade Qi10, as it’s a driver that can work for a wide range of players. 

By choosing equipment that is designed to fit your own golf swing and playing style, you can improve your performance on the course and achieve greater success in the game. That’s exactly what Scottie and all PGA Tour Professionals do.

The Golf Bandit
The Golf Bandit

Hi, I'm Jan. I love golf and I have been playing for a while now. I really enjoy trying out new golf clubs and equipment, and like to review them on my blog. I consider myself lucky as I have access to the latest clubs and gadgets, so I can get a feel for how they perform on the golf course. I also like to share my tips and tricks on how to improve your game, so if you're looking for help with that then look no further! Thanks for visiting, and I hope you find something useful here.

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