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Let’s take a look in the golf bag of Rickie Fowler to see what equipment he’s using. The charismatic American has recorded two top 10s last season and will be looking to regain the form we know he is capable of.
Fowler currently uses the King F9 Speedback, the first Cobra driver to successfully combine an aerodynamic club shape, a low centre of gravity, and a precision CNC milled face.
The driver allows you to customize your centre of gravity position using moveable weight technology. A heavy weight (14g) and lightweight (2g) can be moved to the front or back position to fine-tune trajectory, launch and spin.
Fowler uses F8+ fairway woods and always carries a 3-wood. Sometimes he puts the 5-wood version in the bag depending on course and conditions.
The 31-year-old uses a couple of F9 Speedback Utility irons and compliments them with Cobra AMP Cell Pro ’13 irons from 5-iron to pitching wedge.
Fowler’s long irons are equipped with graphite design Tour AD shafts. The idea behind the graphite shafts for these irons is to help increase clubhead speed and squeeze even more distance out of his long irons.
He carries three Cobra King prototype wedges, at 52, 56 and 60 degrees of loft. They are all in the Cobra King V-grind model. This particular grind provides a softened leading edge with heel and toe relief making it a perfect fit for medium to firm conditions.
His putter is a Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Prototype. This club was originally designed for Tiger Woods, according to reports.