What is the most common golf setup on tour?

What is the most common golf setup on tour?

26 percent of tour players use a driver, two fairway woods, an iron set starting at a 4-iron, and four wedges, which makes it the most common setup on tour. 23 percent of players, according to SMS, have almost the same set make up, but have just one fairway wood instead of two, and in its place have either a utility iron or a hybrid.

What clubs do the top 100 PGA Tour players use?

When it comes to the most common set of golf clubs used by the top 100 players on the PGA Tour there is clearly a lot of similarity to the golf club type choices with regular amateurs. Having a set of clubs with 3 woods, 7 irons, 3 wedges and a putter will be a familiar thing for the vast majority of amateur players.

What is the best iron set up for the PGA Tour?

Ignoring driving/utility irons the most common iron set up, chosen by 29%, is 4-iron to pitching wedge. What is very clear after analysing in detail the iron set ups of the best players on the PGA Tour however is that there is now no such thing as a ‘standard’ set of irons.

Which PGA Tour players are using PXG clubs?

Which Tour Players Are Using PXG Equipment? Currently there are 8 PGA Tour players among the top players in the world playing PXG clubs or other PXG equipment. This list includes players like Jason Kokrak, Patrick Reed, and Kevin Na.