Winner’s bag: The clubs Phil Mickelson used to win the 2021 PGA Championship

Phil Mickelson claimed major No. 6 on Sunday.

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Phil Mickelson, at 50 years old, made major championship history on Sunday at the 2021 PGA Championship by becoming the oldest player to ever win a major.

As for his winning equipment setup, Mickelson made a couple of last-minute changes ahead of the final round. While Mickelson played the first three rounds of the event using a Callaway X Forged UT 3-iron (16 degrees), he switched that out on Sunday for a Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero 4-wood (update: Mickelson said in his post-round press conference that the face of the utility iron cracked before teeing off). Also, after the face of his TaylorMade Original One Mini Driver was flattened prior to the final round, he switched that out for a backup version of the same club.

Why Phil Mickelson made a last-minute equipment change at PGA Championship
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Mickelson fills out the remainder of his bag with all Callaway equipment, including a 47.9-inch Epic Speed driver, X Forged UT utility long irons, Apex MB mid-and-short irons, PM (Phil Mickelson) Grind wedges, an Odyssey “Phil Mickelson” prototype blade putter, and a Callaway Chrome Soft X Triple Track golf ball.

Below, we breakdown Mickelson’s full bag specifications from his winning Sunday setup.

Driver: Callaway Epic Speed (Fujikura Ventus Black 6TX shaft), 5.5 degrees

Mini driver: TaylorMade Original One (Fujikura Ventus Black 7X shaft), 11.5 degrees

4-wood: Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero (Fujikura Ventus Blue 8X shaft), 16.5 degrees

Irons: Callaway X Forged UT (4 and 5 iron; KBS Tour V 125 S+ shafts), Callaway Apex MB irons (6-PW; KBS Tour V 125 S+ shafts)

Wedges: Callaway PM Grind (52, 55 and 60 degrees; KBS Tour-V 125 S+ shafts)

Putter: Odyssey “Phil Mickelson” blade prototype (SuperStroke Pistol GT Tour CounterCore grip)

Golf ball: Callaway Chrome Soft X with Triple Track

Want to overhaul your bag for 2021? Find a fitting location near you at GOLF’s affiliate company True Spec Golf. For more on Mickelson’s approach to gear testing, check out our previous Fully Equipped podcast below!
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