What's in the Bag: Zach Johnson and Ryuji Imada

After he won the Masters Tournament in early April, we ran a listing of the Titleist equipment in Zach Johnson's bag. To commemorate his victory over the weekend at the AT&T Classic in Atlanta, we've posted that listing again. Zach topped fellow Titleist ambassador Ryuji Imada in a sudden death playoff to capture the title after both players posted 15-under 273 four-round totals. Ryuji's Titleist equipment is listed below as well.

Zach Johnson, 2007 AT&T Classic champion.

Golf Ball New Titleist Pro V1x
Driver Pro Titanium 905R driver 8.5°
Shaft Aldila NV 75 graphite shaft
Utility Iron 503.H utility iron 19°
Shaft UST iRod Hybrid 90
Irons Titleist 735.CM 3-4
Shaft True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel
Irons Titleist 695CB 5-9
Shaft True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel
Pitching Wedge Vokey Design Pitching Wedge 48°
Sand Wedge Vokey Design Prototype Sand Wedge 54°
Lob Wedge Vokey Design Spin Milled Lob Wedge 60°
Shafts True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel


Ryuji Imada, 2007 AT&T Classic runner-up.

Golf Ball New Titleist Pro V1x
Driver Titleist Pro Titanium 905S 9.5°
Shaft Graphite Design YS-7+
Fairway Titleist PT 906F2 13°
Shaft Graphite Design YS-6+
Irons Titleist 695MB 3-9
Shaft True Temper Dynamic Gold
Pitching Wedge Vokey Design Pitching Wedge 48°
Sand Wedge Vokey Design Sand Wedge 53°
Lob Wedge Vokey Design Prototype Lob Wedge 60°
Shafts True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel
Putter Scotty Cameron by Titleist prototype

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23 Replies

  1. Robert Sellman

    If you have Dynamic Gold X100 shafts in your 3-PW, should you have the same shaft in your Vokey 54° and 56° wedges?

  2. Robert Sellman

    What are the reasons that Zach uses 735.CM 3 and 4 irons and 695CB 5-9 irons?

  3. Robert Sellman

    I was wondering what Titleist has found to be the average driver launch conditions (ball speed, swing speed, launch angle, spin rate, etc.) for PGA Tour players? Also, what are the stats of various Titleist Tour players like Adam Scott, Ryuji Imada, Davis Love, etc.  I'm curious to see how these players compare.

  4. Robert Sellman

    We recommend consulting with an <a href="www.fittingworks.com/FindaFitter.aspx" rel="nofollow">Authorized Titleist FittingWorks Partner</a> with the tools to conduct a Driver Fitting so that you can try out several different head and shaft combinations. This will allow you to optimize your driver launch conditions.

  5. Robert Sellman

    I am currently trying to reduce the spin rate of my driver (905R). I have a Speeder S shaft in it at the moment. Should I be switching to the 907D2 to lower spin? Is there a better shaft available from Titleist to help my cause? Thanks.

  6. Robert Sellman

    Our Titleist ambassadors use a variety of shafts in their woods.  Check out <a href="www.titleist.com/.../" rel="nofollow">this page on Titleist.com</a> for more information. Regarding grips, most of our players use standard grip sizes, and will customize the size of their grips with additional layers of tape if necessary.

  7. Robert Sellman

    Shaft weight has a negligible effect on ball flight. The shaft's kick point is the major contributing factor that determines the golf ball's launch angle and trajectory. The lower the kick point on the shaft, the higher the trajectory you will acheive.

    -- MATA

  8. Robert Sellman

    From your experience, do you find that the weight of a shaft effects ball flight, particularly with regard to trajectory?

  9. Robert Sellman

    Do many of your players use Graphite Design shafts in their woods or do they stick with companies like Aldila and UST? I saw that Imada used them and I was curious. Also, do any of your players use oversize grips or do most of them stick with the standard size? I know that both of these are feel based for the players but any response you could give would be appreciated.

  10. Robert Sellman

    It was great to see two awesome players battle it out.

    Just wondering if there is a way to determine what shaft is right for you.  With all the shafts out there, it seems unmanageable to consider them all, even with the help of an authorized Titleist fitter.  What do the pros do to determine what shaft is right for them.  Do they rely on a launch monitor?


    p.s. the new Pro V1x balls are amazing!!

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