Steve Stricker WITB

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sync71sync71 Jr. Boomers  1534WRX Points: 0Posts: 1,534
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Can someone do a WITB for him, cause I'm curious to know what he plays. I have a general idea but I want it a little more in depth.
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  • EzgolferEzgolfer Members  3176WRX Points: 146Posts: 3,176 Titanium Tees
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  • FLAis4golferzFLAis4golferz The Tachus Norwich, CTMembers  1821WRX Points: 121Handicap: Never low enoughPosts: 1,821 Platinum Tees
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    I believe his wedges measure out to 53 and 59 degrees. His 3 wood is at 12 degrees, which is nuts. I know hes a high ball hitter, but thats a STRONG tre wood
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  • The GachetThe Gachet Members  3451WRX Points: 1Posts: 3,451 Bunkers
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    DRIVER: Titleist 909 D3 (8.5°) with UST Proforce V2 86 shaft

    FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist 906 F2 (13°) with UST Proforce V2 95 shaft

    HYBRID: Titleist 909H (19°) with UST Proforce V2 104 shaft

    IRONS: Titleist 755 (3-PW) with Royal Precision Project X shafts

    WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design (54°, 60°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Sensicore shafts

    PUTTER: Odyssey White Hot #2

    BALL: Titleist Pro V1
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  • The GachetThe Gachet Members  3451WRX Points: 1Posts: 3,451 Bunkers
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    How Stricker marks his Titleist.



    SteveStrickerBall.jpg
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  • IANativeIANative Members  300WRX Points: 0Posts: 300
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    On another thread I started about SS and his 755's (which don't conform to the 2010 groove rule), a gallery member from the Chevron Tourney this past weekend mentioned that he saw 710cb's in his bag. Can anyone confirm? PICS?!
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    SteveStrickerBall-1.jpg
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  • The GachetThe Gachet Members  3451WRX Points: 1Posts: 3,451 Bunkers
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    DRIVER: Titleist 909D3 (8.5°) with a UST Proforce V2 86 shaft

    FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist 906F2 (13°) with a UST Proforce V2 95 shaft

    HYBRID: Titleist 909H (19°) with UST Proforce V2 104 shaft

    IRONS: Titleist 755 (3-PW) with Royal Precision Project X shafts

    WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design (54° bent to 53°, 60°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Sensicore shafts

    PUTTER: Odyssey White Hot #2

    BALL: Titleist Pro V1

    GLOVE: FootJoy

    GRIPS: Golf Pride Tour Velvet Cord

    FOOTWEAR: FootJoy SYNR-G
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  • AdamsguyAdamsguy Members  303WRX Points: 0Posts: 303
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    He is also a good example of a great golfer who doesn't take a divot with his irons and still hits lots of greens and as close to the pin as anybody.
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  • pretzelbagpretzelbag Members  58WRX Points: 55Posts: 58 Bunkers
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    I love how the latest marketing e-mail from Titleist implies that Steve Stricker plays AP2 irons. You have to go to his bio page on Titleist to read that he actually plays 755 irons. I guess the gang in Fairhaven aren't happy that the #2 player in the world is playing irons that are 2 model years old.



    -pretzelbag.
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  • The GachetThe Gachet Members  3451WRX Points: 1Posts: 3,451 Bunkers
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    Steve Stricker has been using his Titleist 755 irons for a very long time. Since 2006, in fact, which is quite some time for a PGA Tour pro to use irons. He's won five times with the 755's, including in this year's Northern Trust Open.



    But now, after poor ball striking at the Masters, Stricker might consider upgrading.



    "I may try something different," he said. "I've been monkeying with some different sets the last year or two and now might be a good time to switch it up, just to get a different look and a different feel down there."



    Stricker said he was looking at using Titleist AP2's, which he has tested and likes.



    "I like the way I hit them, I just couldn't pull the trigger on them and I may do it this time," he said.
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  • CaldymatCaldymat Members  512WRX Points: 67Posts: 512 Bunkers
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    can anyone confirm he's made the switch to Ap2s yet?
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  • GStarksGStarks Members  327WRX Points: 0Posts: 327
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    In February he won with the 755's so i'm guessing they made a set of conforming 755's for him?
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  • granata10granata10 MichiganMembers  541WRX Points: 137Handicap: +1.6Posts: 541 Golden Tee
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    If you look at the Memorial Pictures (great job guys!!!) I believe he is playing the 710 CB's
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  • mdb0103mdb0103 Jacket CountryMembers  2970WRX Points: 122Posts: 2,970 Bunkers
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    ^^ I have no solid evidence but im 99% sure he is playing the 710 cb's.
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  • doylers73doylers73 Professional Clubmaker & Swing Coach Members  10WRX Points: 0Posts: 10
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    Hi All,

    I'm new to GolfWRX but am always eager to get the lowdown on equipment used by the pros. I'd be grateful to a response to my question.



    Whenever a thread is posted regarding "WITB", the pro's wood shafts are always a higher weight than the ones used by amateurs.



    For instance, Strickers driver is UST Proforce V2 86 shaft



    By the time it is trimmed to length it must play quite stiffer than most amateur shafts.



    Why do pro's use heavier weighted shafts in their woods?



    Regards



    doylers73
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  • The GachetThe Gachet Members  3451WRX Points: 1Posts: 3,451 Bunkers
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    [color="#000000"]DRIVER: [/color][color="#000000"]Titleist 909D3 (8.5°)[/color][color="#000000"] with a [/color][color="#000000"]UST Proforce V2 86[/color][color="#000000"] shaft

    FAIRWAY WOOD: [/color][color="#000000"]Titleist 906F2 (13°)[/color][color="#000000"] with a [/color][color="#000000"]UST Proforce V2 95[/color][color="#000000"] shaft

    HYBRID: [/color][color="#000000"]Titleist 909H (19°[/color][color="#000000"]) with a [/color][color="#000000"]UST Proforce V2 104[/color][color="#000000"] shaft

    IRONS: [/color][color="#000000"]Titleist 710 CB (3-PW)[/color][color="#000000"] with [/color][color="#000000"]Royal Precision Project X[/color][color="#000000"] shafts

    WEDGES: [/color][color="#000000"]Titleist Vokey Design (54°, 60°)[/color][color="#000000"] with [/color][color="#000000"]True Temper Dynamic Gold Sensicore[/color][color="#000000"] shafts

    PUTTER: [/color][color="#000000"]Odyssey White Hot #2

    [/color][color="#000000"]BALL: Titleist Pro V1

    Strick.jpg[/color]
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  • tElihutElihu Members  1131WRX Points: 0Posts: 1,131
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    doylers73 wrote:


    Hi All,

    I'm new to GolfWRX but am always eager to get the lowdown on equipment used by the pros. I'd be grateful to a response to my question.



    Whenever a thread is posted regarding "WITB", the pro's wood shafts are always a higher weight than the ones used by amateurs.



    For instance, Strickers driver is UST Proforce V2 86 shaft



    By the time it is trimmed to length it must play quite stiffer than most amateur shafts.



    Why do pro's use heavier weighted shafts in their woods?



    Regards



    doylers73




    Very simply for control. Lighter shafts provide more distance, heavier shafts provide more control.





    Funny, but it seems everyone and their brother on tour uses whatever clubs and a Titleist SC putter. Stricker, who's sponsored by Titleist, uses an Odyssey.
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    Funny, but it seems everyone and their brother on tour uses whatever clubs and a Titleist SC putter. Stricker, who's sponsored by Titleist, uses an Odyssey.

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    I know! Funny isn't it?
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  • The GachetThe Gachet Members  3451WRX Points: 1Posts: 3,451 Bunkers
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    Stricker.jpg



    Stricker1.jpg



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  • The GachetThe Gachet Members  3451WRX Points: 1Posts: 3,451 Bunkers
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    Driver: 909D3 8.5 (USTM Proforce V2 86)

    Fairway: 906F2 13.0 (USTM Proforce V2 96)

    Hybrid: 909H 19.0 (USTM Proforce V2 104)

    Irons (3-PW): CB (True Temper Project X)

    Wedges (54, 60): Vokey Design Spin Milled (True Temper Dynamic Gold w/ SensiCore)

    Ball: Titleist Pro V1



    SteveStrickerCupWedge.jpg
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  • asualumasualum ClubWRX  1288WRX Points: 105Posts: 1,288 Platinum Tees
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    I love those Ryder Cup wedges!
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  • toddnttoddnt Members  4317WRX Points: 198Posts: 4,317 Titanium Tees
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    What is his driver swing speed?
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  • mdb0103mdb0103 Jacket CountryMembers  2970WRX Points: 122Posts: 2,970 Bunkers
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    his head cover shows a 17* hybrid, not 19?
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  • titleistfan69titleistfan69 Members  287WRX Points: 0Posts: 287
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    i love his irons cb satin whish there was a way to purchase a set does anone know if it is possible or only limited tour isue??
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  • Chi_RayChi_Ray Members  199WRX Points: 57Posts: 199 Fairways
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    Amazing pic in the thread above of stricker striking the ball w/o a divot, crazy hand-eye cord. image/coolpics.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':coolpics:' />



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    I always liked his golf swing.
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    At Doral with AP2 and KBS Protos?



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    Hard to argue with that combo!
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    that is a sweet looking 60*
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    Wondering what his lie angles are,
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