Brandt Snedeker WITB – What’s In The Bag?

Brandt Snedeker WITB - What's In The Bag?

Published By Charl Jooste Last Updated on September 13, 2021 by Editorial Staff

Brandt Snedeker is an American professional golfer who worked his way up through the ranks from amateur to PGA Tour professional.

As a promising amateur, Brandt was a two-time Tennessee high school state champion and voted twice as the Tennessee State Junior Player of the Year. He then represented the USA in 2002 playing in the Collegiate Golf Championship against Japan.

Joining the Korn Ferry Tour in 2004 lead to some moderate success and he ended 45th on the money list in 2994 and 2005. In 2006 he was more successful with three top-10 finishes enabling Brad to end ninth on the Korn Ferry Tour list making him eligible to play on the PGA Tour.

Joining the PGA Tour in 2007 was quite a turning point for Brandt Snedeker as he was voted as the Rookie of the Year. In his first year, he won his first tournament, Wyndham Championship, shot a course-record 11-under-par 61 in the first round of the Buick Invitational, and became just the 15th rookie to qualify for THE TOUR Championship where he ended tied for 29th at East Lake GC.

Snedeker continued his newfound success recipe winning several tournaments leading up to his greatest achievement in winning the FedEx Cup overall in 2012.

He also went on to represent the USA in the 2008 World Cup, 2012 and 2016 Ryder Cup, as well as the 2013 Presidents Cup.

Brandt Snedeker does not limit his ability to select the club that suits his requirements and is not signed to a specific brand or the flavor of the month. Keeping up with the clubs in

Brandt Snedeker’s bag is not that easy and you can expect the unexpected at any time. In 2021 he surprised everyone by putting the Tour Edge Exotics C721 driver in his bag.

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As a non-contracted player Brandt Snedeker recently put the 2021 Mizuno ST-Z driver in his bag. Mizuno’s second generation Forged SAT2041 Beta Ti face provides powerful ball speeds and consistency. The ST-Z is a balanced toe/heel carbon composite construction with the weight pushed deep central back for optimal spin and a straight ball flight.

Fairway Woods

TaylorMade M6 “Rocket 3” 3-wood

For fairway woods, Snedeker uses a 14-degree TaylorMade M6 “Rocket 3” fitted with a Fujikura Ventus Blue 7 X shaft. The 3-wood includes TaylorMade’s TWIST FACE™ and ADVANCED SPEED POCKET™ technology. Twist Face is a groundbreaking face curvature to rectify the face angle on off-center hits. It also includes a new TPU slot insert for improved turf interaction.

TaylorMade M3 5-wood

In addition to the 3-wood, Brandt Snedeker uses a 19-degrees TaylorMade M3 5-wood fitted with a Fujikura Ventus Blue 8 X Shaft. M3 fairway woods are made from lighter materials for more clubhead speed by using a lighter 5-layer carbon crown and sole to reduce weight by 8g which TaylorMade repositioned for a lower COG. Personalization of the M3make it possible to adjust it for more left-to-right ball flight with its 29g movable weight.


Srixon Z785, 4-iron through 9-iron, all with Aerotech SteelFiber I95 S shafts

The irons in use are the Srixon Z785, 4-iron through 9-iron, all with Aerotech SteelFiber I95 S shafts. The irons feature a tour cavity pushing the mass behind the impact location enhancing the golfer’s ability to work and shape the golf ball. Furthermore, a speed groove is added to allow more face-flex thus increasing ball speed and distance.


Snedeker uses a variety of wedges from different manufacturers with including a 48-degree 10S, 52-degree 10S, 56-degree 10S Callaway Mack Daddy 4 wedges all with Aerotech SteelFiber I95 S shafts.

A lob wedge (Vokey SM8 (60-degree K with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shaft) rounds off the collection of wedges.


Odyssey White Hot XG Rossie putter is one of the few clubs in Snedeker’s bag that stays consistent. The Rossie is a highly beloved putter among PGA Tour players with more weight placed on the perimeter of the head for a high MOI.

Final Thoughts

As a golfer that is not committed to a single brand, Brandt Snedeker often experiences with different clubs from various brands to achieve his best results.

It is unlikely that you will find Brandt Snedeker WITB that looks the same for a few months. Despite all the changes Brandt Snedeker remains successful and still plays on the PGA Tour.

If you are playing with mixed brands, we would like to hear about your experience in the comments section below.

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