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The Scientist! That’s the nickname that Bryson DeChambeau has earned himself and for good reason. The former US Open champion and current LIV Golf League player has some interesting clubs in the bag. Let’s take a look at Bryson’s what’s in the bag.

What’s in Bryson DeChambeau’s bag?

Finding out what clubs every professional golfer uses isn’t an easy task and you might think it’s difficult to keep up with the clubs Bryson is using. However, the 2020 US Open champion makes things slightly easier by telling us on his YouTube channel.

YouTube, incidentally, is what DeChambeau has credited in part his stunning opening round at the Masters with. As the first round was stopped for darkness, the American was leading on a score of seven-under-par, with a pretty unusual set of clubs.

What irons is Bryson DeChambeau using at the Masters?

As play was stopped due to darkness after the first round, DeChambeau was sitting comfortably with a score of seven-under-par, and he did it using a set of irons that you might not be familiar with.

When Bryson posted his most recent update, he was using Ping i230 irons, but shortly after, that changed to irons from a brand called Avoda. These irons are a mixed length set, but they’re far from conventional. The short irons are the same length as a standard 8-iron, while the longer irons are variable length, but shorter than you would expect from a traditional set of clubs.

What’s more, is that the specific set Bryson is using this week only appeared on the USGA’s conforming list on Monday. Essentially, if they hadn’t been approved, then Bryson would be using a different set of irons this week.

These irons are 3D printed, which isn’t exactly brand-new to the golf industry, but the story behind them certainly is. Avoda are a little-known brand in the golf world, and the brand’s owner, Tom Bailey, personally produced DeChambeau’s irons. However, because of the way 3D printing works, the grooves had to be manually worked on before they were deemed suitable for competition.

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Bryson DeChambeau has changed his irons many times recently.(Credit: Getty Images)

But, come Monday of Masters week, the irons were good to go. And it’s just as well.

Things don’t get much more ordinary in the longest clubs in Bryson’s bag. Bryson’s five wood and driver are made by a company called Krank. In between those clubs are a TaylorMade BRNR Mini driver.

Here’s the full run down on Bryson DeChambeau’s most recent WITB, as he looks to claim his first green jacket.

Bryson DeChambeau WITB 2024

Driver: Krank Formula Fire (6°)

Mini Driver: TaylorMade BRNR Mini driver (11.5° set at 10°)

5-wood: Krank Formula Fire (13°)

Irons: Avoda Prototype (5-iron to pitching wedge)

Wedges: Ping Glide 4.0 (45°, 50°, 56°, 60°)

Putter: SIK Pro C-Series Armlock/ LA Golf proto

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x Left Dash

Shoes: FootJoy HyperFlex Carbon

Note: All of Bryson DeChambeau’s shafts are made by LA Golf. All of his grips are JumboMax XL grips.

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Bryson DeChambeau had been using Ping irons in 2023. (Credit: Getty Images)

Bryson DeChambeau WITB 2023

Driver: TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus (8°; Project X HZRDUS T1100 75g 6.5)

Mini Driver: TaylorMade BRNR Mini driver (11.5° set at 10°)

Hybrid: Ping G410 Crossover (2)

Irons: Ping i230

Wedges: Ping Glide 4.0 (45°, 50°, 56°, 60°)

Putter: SIK Pro C-Series Armlock/ LA Golf proto

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x Left Dash

In 2022, Bryson was a Cobra staff player. Here’s what he had in the bag that year.

Bryson DeChambeau WITB 2022

Driver: Cobra King LTDx (7.5° set at 5°)

3-wood: Cobra Rad Speed Big Tour (9° set at 10°)

Fairway wood: Cobra King SpeedZone Tour (14°)

Irons: Cobra King One Length Utility (4-iron, 5-iron), Cobra King Tour MIM One Length (6-iron – Pitching Wedge)

Wedges: Artisan Prototype (50°, 55°, 60°)

Putter: SIK Pro C-Series Armlock/LA Golf Proto

Ball: Bridgestone Tour B X

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Lewis Fraser As bunkered’s Performance Editor, Lewis oversees the content that’s designed to make you a better player. From the latest gear to tuition, nutrition, strategy and more, he’s the man. A graduate of the University of Stirling, Lewis joined bunkered in 2021. Formerly a caddie at Castle Stuart Golf Links, he is a member of Bathgate Golf Club where he plays off four.

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