Denny McCarthy What’s in the bag?

Denny McCarthy What’s in the bag?

Denny McCarthy won once on the Korn Ferry Tour, in the 2018 Korn Ferry Tour Championship, which just happened to get his PGA Tour card for next season. Which clubs does he put in the bag each week in competition? Let’s take a look below.

Denny McCarthy What’s in the bag?

Driver

Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond

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We don’t know if McCarthy currently has a kit deal with anyone as he seems to have multiple clubs from different brands. It starts with a Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond driver but we have yet to confirm which loft it is. This is a fairly recent change to his setup as he had been using a Ping G425 LST model for some time.

fairway wood

TaylorMade Stealth Plus

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Next Up McCarthy uses a TaylorMade Stealth Plus fairway wood and we know he wears one with around 15 degrees of loft. We don’t know if he puts another one in as his five wood or if he opts for a different model or a hybrid. As soon as we have confirmation, we will update this page.

Irons

Titleist T200, Titleist 2021 T100

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As for the specific iron setup, we’re not sure, but we do know that McCarthy offers both the latest versions of the Titleist T200 and T100 irons. Presumably he has the T200 at the top end of the bag as the irons are more forgiving while the T100s will be shorter for control and maneuverability.

Corners

Titleist Vokey SM8

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Again, we have yet to confirm the exact wedge configuration McCarthy uses in terms of lofts, but we do know that he uses a set of Titleist Vokey SM8s. In our testing, the SM8 produced more consistent direction and distance than the SM7 without sacrificing the solid feel, versatility, and aggressive spin control we expect from Vokey wedges.

Putter

Scotty Cameron GoLo N7 Tour Prototype

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One of the strongest elements of McCarthy’s game is his putt and he’s been using the same type of pattern for years. McCarthy started using a GoLo model mallet at the University of Virginia, and he’s stuck with it ever since.

“I have 10 different versions of this GoLo head, basically,” McCarthy told GolfWRX.com. “The only thing I keep very consistent is the black mallet style with the white line and milled face. Then I might change the neck, or its weighting, depending on the speed of the greens, but I like to keep the head and its appearance.

“I used a blade putter for a little while as a kid, then I used an old Odyssey Rossie mallet for a little while. Then in college I used a white spider (TaylorMade ) for a while and then I landed on the GoLo…it was very fumbling I rode well with a mallet, with the Odyssey and the Spider, then I really liked the GoLo and all that s “It relates. It was kind of like, ‘This is going to be my putter forever’…it’s just, to me, it’s the look of it. The way it sits on the ground.

Full specs

Driver: Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond

Fairway Wood: TaylorMade Stealth Plus

Irons: Titleist T200, Titleist 2021 T100

Cleats: Titleist Vokey SM8

Putter: Scotty Cameron GoLo N7 Tour Prototype

Ball: Titleist Pro V1

Michael C. Ford