What’s in my bag? Tony Finau’s seriously-stocked Tour bag

July 28, 2019
Tony Finau's golf bag

Rising star Tony Finau is crazy long, and uses clubs that are designed to keep the bombs coming. The PGA Tour winner also sports a seriously stocked Tour bag full of all kinds of stuff. Check it all out below to see exactly what Finau carries with him on the course.

1. Ping Tour umbrella; $65

2. Ping G410 Plus driver, 9 degrees, Mitsubishi Diamana RF 70TX shaft; 305 yards (carry); $499

3. Ping G410 Plus 4-wood, 17.5 degrees, Mitsubishi Diamana RF 80TX shaft; 275 yards; $289

4. Stitch headcovers for alignment rods; $36 each

5. Eye Line putting mirror; $40

6. Naturally Splendid protein bites (from his trainer, Dr. Stuart Love)

7. NUUN Electrolyte tabs (belong to caddie)

8. Nike cold weather cart mitts

9. Nuts/almonds (belong to caddie)

10. Stamina Pro tape

11. Various tees

12. Ping Blueprint irons, Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 120TX shafts; 4-iron 230 yards, 5-iron 218 yards, 6-iron 205 yards, 7-iron 190 yards, 8-iron 175 yards, 9-iron 162 yards, PW 148 yards; $230/iron

13. Piretti Matera Elite putter with Piretti Garsen Quad Tour grip; $549

14. Alignment Pro glass

The full contents of Tony Finau's golf bag.
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15. Titleist Pro V1x golf balls; $48/dozen

16. Marked Titleist Pro V1s for putting alignment and green-speed testing

17. Chalk for chalk line putting aid

18. Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth Wedge, 51 degrees, Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 120X shaft, 135 yards; $109

19. Titleist Vokey SM7 wedges, 56 and 60 degrees, Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 125 wedge shafts; 118 yards, 105 yards; $149 each

20. Vision putting gate and string line

21. Chalk line

22. Retractable brush for cleaning clubs

23. Ping torque wrench for club adjustment

24. Bushnell Pro XE rangefinder; $550

25. Nike rain glove; $28 pair

26. Assorted Sharpies; $9.39/six pack

27. Ryder Cup headcover

28. Saber putting ruler

29. Ping iBlade 3-iron, Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 120TX shaft; 250 yards; $750 (set of eight)

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