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LPGA athlete Danielle Kang first made headlines when she captured a win at the 2017 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Since then, Kang has added five more major wins on the LPGA tour. Among the most popular LPGA stars, we were curious as to what clubs the Titleist athlete uses on the course. For our What's In My Bag series, we’re taking a peek inside one of the biggest names on the course today. Scroll to see (and shop!) what’s inside the major winner’s golf bag.
Danielle Kang’s Golf Clubs
As a Titleist sponsored athlete, Kang uses a plethora of the brand’s clubs in here bag. Here’s the breakdown.
Kang uses the Titleist TSi3 to give her distance and accuracy on the fairway. Kang’s driver is fitted with a 9° loft and features a Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Black 5th Gen 55 R shaft.
As the saying goes, if you like it, buy it in every color. Kang uses two models of TSi3 Fairway Woods at lofts 13.5° and 18°. While the exact shafts are unknown, Kang uses lomic grips on each.
Hybrid clubs are crucial for tricky shots on the green. For Kang, she uses the Titleist 818H2 Hybrid club at a 23° loft, when she needs distance but control over her swing’s power. The hybrid club was designed to give golfers a steeper delivery of the ball while remaining compact in design, similar to that of an iron.
Similar to the 818H2 Hybrid club that debuted back in 2017 when Kang was first making a name for herself, her irons are also an older Titleist model. But it it’s not broke, why fix it? Kang uses the Titleist 716 CB irons from a five-iron down to a nine-iron in her bag.
Throughout our What’s In My Bag series, a common club has appeared time and time again for various professional golfers: the Titleist Vokey series wedge. Following suit, Kang carries the Vokey SM7 series wedges at 46°, 50° and 54° lofts. Lastly, Kang uses a 58° Vokey WedgeWorks prototype for the final wedge in her bag.
Scotty Cameron is the putter brand of choice for Kang. Her putter is the prototype Special Select Squareback 2 club, which features a blade-like design comparable to the Scotty Cameron Newport series. Before switching to the prototype, Kang utilized another Scotty Cameron model, the TFB 1.5 Teryillum which featured a mid-mallet head.
Women’s TSi3 Driver by Titleist retails for $549.99 at golfgalaxy.com.
Women’s TSi3 Custom Fairway Woods by Titleist retails for $299 at dickssportinggoods.com.
Women’s 818H2 Hybrid pre-used club by Titleist retails for $89.99 at secondswing.com.
Women’s 716 CB Iron Pre-Used Set (4-iron through PW) retails for $490.99 at secondswing.com.
Vokey SM9 Wedge by Titleist retails for $179.99 at golfgalaxy.com.
Special Select Squareback 2 Putter by Scotty Cameron retails for $399.99 at golfgalaxy.com.