New Bernhard Langer WITB

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  • tyrotyro Members Posts: 2,604 ✭✭
    Not that it would help me do what he does, but are his irons protos or something? The Adams Black MB's I've seen have the little weight screw and a solid topline. His irons have no weight screw and a beveled topline.



    Just wanted a "best of" video of some of this shots. A true machine!
  • boycer11boycer11 ClubWRX Posts: 3,494 ClubWRX
    edited Oct 31, 2017 #33
    Any information on shafts? It looked like a tour ad di in the taylormade fairway.
    Ping G410 lst tensei  blue/tm m5
    Tm m5 3/5 wood
    ping g410 tensei hybrid
    Mizuno jpx 919 hot metal pro 6-gw
    Tm milled grind 54/58
    taylormade my spider 
    ping hoofer
    tp5x
  • tyrotyro Members Posts: 2,604 ✭✭
    I've seen what looks like a black Tour AD-DI in his woods. I read somewhere that the shafts in his Adams irons are from his Hogan set. I'm not sure what shafts those would be though.
  • jmckjmck Members Posts: 4,277 ✭✭
    Hogan Apex shafts, which are quite similar in design, weight, and flex profile to Dynalite Golds.
  • freddiecfreddiec Members Posts: 4,277 ✭✭
    Langer said (about his iron shafts ) “they are apex shafts , I don’t even know how old they are “
  • RobotDoctorRobotDoctor Senior Hacker ClubWRX Posts: 4,608 ClubWRX
    freddiec wrote:


    Langer doesn't change clubs often your right , but he is often testing and trying things. I had a chance 2 years ago at the constellation to tell him that I owned the driver he gamed in 1988 thru 1991, a Wood Bros 10 def Texan persimmon. At first I barely caught his attention then I described in detail and he turned his head around and looked directly at me at all how did you get that .. he was really cool to talk to especially about how much he liked the Wood Bros clubs. Eventually became the last player to win a major championship using a wooden driver a wood Bros at the 93 Masters. He tried the driver that I owned at the Los Angeles open and early 1988 he was on the driving range testing drivers and Dave wood had his toward demo which Bernhard tried ; his caddy was out in that range field and he and his caddie were exchanging sophisticated hand signals after each shot. Bernhard like the club so much he told Dave that he wanted to keep it what he did . In the late 1990s Langer caddy gave Dave the club back . Dave said it's the best block he ever made.




    I absolutely LOVE this driver! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!! Fred knows this all too well! image/biggrin.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':D' />
    Titleist 905S 9.5 degree Graphite Design Tour AD DI 6S
    Titleist 906F2 15 degree Fujikura Pro 73 Tour Spec stiff
    Taylormade SLDR 2 Hybrid Graphite Design Tour  AD DI-Hybrid 85 stiff
    Mizuno JPX900 Tour (3-PW) Nippon Modus Tour 120 stiff
    Miura 52* GW KBS Tour stiff
    Scratch Golf LW Nippon Modus Tour 120 stiff
    Byron Morgan Epic Day Long Pipe Copper plated
    BestGrips Augusta Microperf grips
  • golfer1ggolfer1g Members Posts: 239
    I can't believe he is still using the Adams Idea pro hybrids. They were good but the newer versions seemed better to me
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    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Taylormade 2016 M1 15 Tour Isuuse [/font][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]GD Tour AD 6s[/font]

    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Adams A12 Pro 18 and 23 Rip'D[/font]

    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Maxfli Australian Blades 5-9 Modus 120s[/font]

    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Callaway Mack Daddy Forged 48* 52* 56*60* Modus 125 wedge[/font]

    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Scotty Cameron NP2 Gun Blue[/font]

    [font="helvetica, arial, sans-serif"]Titleist Pro V1[/font]
  • jmvargasjmvargas Members Posts: 6,203 ✭✭
    iBanesto wrote:


    Langer has loved his Ben Hogan Apex Forged for decades.




    i peeked at his bag when he was here in 1995 for the Johnnie Walker Classic and he already those in his bag..



    it was during a practice round and iirc he also had a set of wilson staff 1200 cavity backs in his bag then so essentially 2 sets of irons..
    Giga XF0710* driver/Hirohonma twin marks 355 10.5* driver
    TEE XCG5 16.5* 4W, Giga XF-11 17* 4W
    Daiwa New Super Lady 21* 7W
    Mizuno Intage 27* 9W
    Giga U3 21* hybrid
    Tourstage Viq U5 25* hybrid
    Adams V4 6H/7H
    Adams V4 forged irons 8-PW,GW,SW,LW
    HEAVY PUTTER mid-weight K4 putter
    Sun Mountain H2N0 stand bag
    Wilson Harmonized 55*/60*wedges
    Cleveland 588 56/60
  • mtnbiker5mtnbiker5 Members Posts: 322 ✭✭
    He’s the man. I wonder if he’s ever had a hangover. Probably

    Not.
  • PKennedy13PKennedy13 Members Posts: 105
    I don’t need see how he uses so many different kinds of irons at all
  • BIG STUBIG STU Members Posts: 11,396 ✭✭
    PKennedy13 wrote:


    I don't need see how he uses so many different kinds of irons at all
    Basically because they fit his eye and feel.
  • KTEXAS1316KTEXAS1316 Members Posts: 127 ✭✭
    Craziest top player WITB ever! That driver is garbage lol
  • Kenny Lee PuckettKenny Lee Puckett Members Posts: 3,460 ✭✭
    just an FYI he actually played the PING G400 with GD Tour AD-DI through the entire Schwab Cup Playoffs.



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    [font=tahoma,geneva,sans-serif]PING G LST: Ping Tour 80
    PING Anser 4wd: Accra S380 RT
    PXG 0317: Fujikura Rombax 8D07HB
    PING i500 4 iron: D.G. 120
    PING S55 5-PW: D.G. Tour Issue
    PING Glide 2.0 50/54/58: D.G. Tour Issue
    PING Darby F Ti Pixel: SS 2.0 Mid
    PING: Sensor Glove, Ping 703 Cord grips
    PING: Hoofer Bag
    TaylorMade: TP5 & TP5x ball

    WITB photos: [/font]
    http://www.golfwrx.c...uckett-witb-19/
  • willmillarwillmillar Members Posts: 99 ✭✭
    So in one of the Father/Son Challenge threads, there are a few great pictures of his gear. There's a little of everything in his bag now...old Adams MBs, Adams Idea CMB, Taylor Made, and Hogan from what I can see. He's definitley gaming a Ping driver. The thread pictures are worth a look.
    Callaway XR 16 Driver (10.5)
    Callaway XR 16 4 Wood
    Callaway Big Bertha V-Series Heavenwood (20.5)
    Callaway Big Bertha (4,5,6) Hybrids
    Adams Redline Irons (7-PW)
    Callaway Mack Daddy 54 and 58 Wedges
    Yes Callie Putter, Super Stroke 3.0 Grip
    Srixon Z-Star
  • jmckjmck Members Posts: 4,277 ✭✭
    Right click on the pic in the other thread to steal its link to use elsewhere. Also it looks to me like he might finally have gotten rid of the Apexes. Looks like his longest iron is a TM 750 or 770. Then his next longest looks to be an Adams black CB. The it looks like he's onto the black MBs for mid irons, then the CMBs for short irons. As crazy as a bag as ever. I'd love to sit him and Lehman down and pick their brains about each and every club they play and why.



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  • willmillarwillmillar Members Posts: 99 ✭✭
    Yeah I thought the older iron next to the TM long iron may be one of the Hogans, but I think you're right he may have finally gotten rid of them. He probably had to go to the CMBs as the black MB irons are hard to come by these days. What a bag though....he's definitely playing what works for him.
    Callaway XR 16 Driver (10.5)
    Callaway XR 16 4 Wood
    Callaway Big Bertha V-Series Heavenwood (20.5)
    Callaway Big Bertha (4,5,6) Hybrids
    Adams Redline Irons (7-PW)
    Callaway Mack Daddy 54 and 58 Wedges
    Yes Callie Putter, Super Stroke 3.0 Grip
    Srixon Z-Star
  • Fresh GreensFresh Greens Members Posts: 109 ✭✭
    Thats crazy he goes straight from PW to SW. No gap.
  • tgoodspe1991tgoodspe1991 New EnglandMembers Posts: 818 ✭✭


    Thats crazy he goes straight from PW to SW. No gap.




    He’s an old school player, I wouldn’t be surprised if he has his PW weakened to the 48-50* range and his SW around 55-56*.
    “Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated; it satisfies the soul and frustrates the intellect. It is at the same
    time rewarding and maddening – and it is without a doubt the greatest game mankind has ever invented."
    - Arnold Palmer
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