Matt Fitzpatrick is one of the most detail-oriented players the game has ever seen. As documented in the Netflix documentary series “Full Swing”, Fitzpatrick has tracked every shot he has hit from both practice and tournament rounds since his junior golf days. Clearly, the method has worked for Fitzpatrick. The most recent example being his win at the 2023 RBC Heritage.


During the final round, Fitzpatrick went shot for shot with Jordan Spieth and Patrick Cantlay -- the duo that made up the playoff at last year's RBC Heritage. At the end of regulation, it was Fitzpatrick and Spieth tied at 17-under-par -- prompting a playoff. After pars on each of the first two holes for both players, Fitzpatrick stood in the fairway 186 yards away on the third playoff hole. With the wind behind him, he hit a high, towering fade with his 9-iron that landed softly and trickled to a mere foot from the pin, securing a tap-in birdie and the win.


The clubs he chooses are built to his exact specifications, and his bag is a rather fun one to unpack. Fitzpatrick plays the Titleist TSi3 driver (9 degrees) and two PING fairway woods: a G430 Max 3-wood (15 degrees), and a G410 7-wood (20.5 degrees). The middle of his bag features a Ping i210 4-iron along with a set of PING S55s (5-PW). Around the greens, Fitzpatrick plays a pair of Titleist Vokey Design SM9 wedges (52 and 56 degrees), and a Vokey Design WedgeWorks wedge (60 degrees). He’s also still rolling the same custom Bettinardi BB1 Fitz that he used to win the US Open last season.