Paul Casey WITB – What’s In The Bag of Paul Casey

Born on 21st July 1977, Paul Casey is currently one of the pro golfers upcoming players admire. Having won the PGA tour three times and the European tour 14 times, Casey has displayed fine skills in golf multiple times.

Initially, Casey stocked Nike tour clubs in his bag. However, when the company ceased producing golf clubs, he began stuffing clubs from different companies.

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Achievement Highlights

Paul Casey

Having been elevated to a pro golfer in 2000, Paul Casey WITB has attracted attention just like the Bernhard Langer WITB. In 2004, he joined the PGA tour officially.

After that, he has earned three victories, including Shell Houston open in 2009, the 2018 Valspar Championship, and the 2019 Valspar Championship.

Apart from the PGA tour, he has also garnered over 15 victories in international tournaments. For example, in 2006, he received the European Tour player of the year award. In the 2021 season, Casey finished T5 in the PLAYERS Championship.

Therefore as you see, he is a player to look up to among the world championship. That leads us to the big question: What’s in the bag of Casey?

Paul Casey WITB

Driver: Titleist TSi3 (9 degrees) with Mitsubishi Diamana D+ Limited 70 TX Shaft

Driver Titleist TSi3

The Pro English golfer uses the Titleist TSi3 driver that has an adjustable center of gravity (CG) placement. That’s because the club employs the SureFit technology.

That helps to optimize the CG position of the club and thus provide the best performance in each swing. Besides, the Titleist TSi3 head has a durable ATI 425 Aerospace Titanium. For that reason, every part of the clubface that makes contact with the ball boosts speed.

So for a pro player like Casey that has consistency in hitting the ball right, the Titleist TSi3 driver gives the benefits of control and increased speed. No wonder that the Jimmy Walker WITB also contains Titleist TSi3 driver.

Fairway Wood: Titleist TSi2, (16.55°, Mitsubishi Diamana D+ Limited 80 TX Shaft)

Fairway Wood Titleist TSi2

Most golfers seem to find the Titleist TSi2 fairway wood very valuable. And Casey is no exception. The chief technological development in Titleist TSi2 is the Active Recoil Channel (ARC) 4.0

By using the ARC 4.0, Titleist makes the channel wall shorter, thereby leading to more face flex. The result is a club that maximizes ball speed, especially on the low face part. Furthermore, the fairway wood also invests in Variable Face Thickness technology and an adjustable hosel.

Hence, in general, the Titleist TSi2 has been engineered to deliver maxim speed and accuracy in its entire face. And the ARC 4.0 gives it a faster and higher launch.

Irons: Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal Pro (3and 4), Mizuno MP-5 (5-PW, Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 120 X shafts)

Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal Pro (3and 4)

Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal Pro

The irons are of Chromoly 4140M. For that reason, the irons are relatively flexible and durable. Therefore during the action, the Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal Pro feels solid and stable. Another outstanding feature of the irons is the trailing beveled edge.

When it comes to iron turf interaction, the trailing edge enables the Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal Pro (3and 4) to slide quickly through the turf. Also, they forgive for small mishits. A compact head and pearl finish finally crown their appealing look.

Mizuno MP-5 (5-PW, Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 120 X shafts)

Mizuno MP-5

Whether it’s the look or performance, the Mizuno MP-5 stands out. Compared to the MP-64 irons, the Mizuno MP-5 has less weight spread around the perimeter.

For a low handicapper, Mizuno Mp-5 has a great turf interaction. Also, it produces a pleasant “Whip-crack” type of sound. But it punishes on every mishit, so you have to hit it right.

The breakthrough technology in the Mizuno MP-5 is the Channel Back head. It allows the iron to register a distinctive feel in every shot. But unlike the MP-64 iron, the Mizuno MP-5 offers moderate forgiveness and a high degree of accuracy in shots.

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM7 (52°, 56°), Titleist Vokey Tour Prototype (60°, Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 120 TX Shafts)

Titleist Vokey SM7 (52°, 56°)

Titleist Vokey SM7

Although the Titleist Vokey SM7 seems to have only slight differences from the SM6, the little tweaking brings significant differences. For instance, it employs the parallel face texture, progressive CG (center of gravity), and spin milled grooves.

That means it has precisely located grooves, sharp and consistent edges. And owing to the high lofts and the unique grooves, the Titleist Vokey SM7 (52°, 56°) easily slides under the ball.

They, therefore, make a good sand wedge for effortless drop and stop shots. And for the look, its tour chrome finish allows it to retain the shiny appeal for a longer duration.

Titleist Vokey Tour Prototype (60°, Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 120 TX shafts)

Titleist Vokey Tour Prototype

Also, in Paul Casey WITB is the Titleist Vokey Tour Prototype wedge set to 60 degrees. The Vokey-designed wedge boasts precisely milled grooves and thus accords a remarkable spin control. Also, it has weights used in flawlessly balancing the head and thus achieves outstanding swing mechanisms.

Putter: Scotty Cameron GSS Proto

Putter Scotty Cameron GSS Proto

Before, Casey had been using Scotty Cameron Circle T 350-SSS but ditched it for Scotty Cameron Special Select Fastback. Finally, he has settled for Scotty Cameron GSS Proto. The Scotty Cameron GSS Proto boasts German stainless steel quality and also has a milled face.

Nevertheless, its unique feature is the three imprinted alignment markers. Having been made of German stainless steel, it possesses significant weight, thus promoting good follow-through longer putting. Moreover, it also registers a good spin and a great feel.

Ball: Titleist Pro V1

Titleist Pro V1

Paul Casey WITB, just like the Kevin Chappell WITB, seems to have a soft spot for Titleist ProV1. The Titleist V1 ball has a soft cast urethane elastomer cover and reformulated ZG Process core that makes it a longer distance ball.

Besides, it features increased aerodynamics, thus boosting the consistency of distance. Overall it’s the ball that delivers a good feel, consistent speed, and maintains long game spin down.


So there you have the contents of Paul Casey WITB. As you have noticed, his bag carries mixed brands.

That’s in contrast to Charley Hoffman WITB that has almost exclusively Titleist stuffs this season. Therefore if you have been looking up to the golfer star, you can borrow an idea or two from him and try out the clubs he uses.