Alex Cejka WITB 2024 | Humble Beginnings to Champion Golfer

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Our Alex Cejka WITB 2024 review pays homage to one of golf’s humblest players. My best buddy from childhood had the honor of working with Cejka over a decade ago on his off-season in Phuket, Thailand. Whenever Cejka’s name comes up, the said buddy cannot stop praising the man.

You’ll notice in the this WITB article, we caught up with Alex Cejka on a practice round at the 2024 Chubb Classic. Instead of the usual 14 clubs, we’ll mention a couple of extra clubs. The 2023 Senior Open Championship winner will alternate clubs depending on playing conditions. You’ll see that Cejka relies on a combination of Tour Edge and Callaway tools to carry him on the PGA TOUR Champions

Alex Cejka WITB Quick Summary

Driver: Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond Driver – 9 degrees

Alex Cejka WITB

3-wood: Tour Edge Exotics C722 – 15 degrees
Shaft: House of Forged

2 Hybrid: Tour Edge Exotics C722 – 17 Degrees
Shaft: House of Forged

Irons: Callaway X22 (3), Callaway X Forged (2018) (4-PW)
Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold 105 X100

Wedges: Callaway JAWS MD5 (52-10S, 58-8T)
Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold 105 X100

Putter: Odyssey White Hot OG 2-Ball

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x Golf Balls

Grips: Golf Pride Tour Velvet Cord

Alex Cejka Quick Facts Table

Full NameAlexander Čejka
BirthdayDecember 2, 1970
BirthplaceMariánské Lázně, Czechoslovakia
Age53 years old
Year Turned Pro1989
Tournament Wins17 Wins
Major Wins(3)
Regions Tradition 2021
KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship
Senior Open Championship 2023
World Ranking7
Equipment SponsorTour Edge

Alex Cejka Driver

Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond Driver

Driver 9°

Showing a photo of the Triple Diamond Driiver


The man who fled Czechoslovakia at 9 years old by walking, swimming, running, and catching trains, trusts Callaway for his distance needs. Alex employs the Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond edition, with a 9-degree loft. Last season we did notice him with a Tour Edge driver, and then changing to the Paradym driver at the 2023 Constellation Furyk and Friends .

The Triple diamond driver produces a low launch and spin for increased workability thanks to its player-preferred construction. It also delivers a sensational neutral ball flight, which is why it’s been seen with such legends as Annika Sorenstam.

For amateur golfers, I recommend swinging the standard Callaway Paradym or the more forgiving Paradym X.


  • Generates explosive velocity
  • Restricts spin
  • Aerodynamic clubhead
  • Adjustable hosel
  • Amplified acoustics


  • Expensive driver by Tour Edge standards
  • Reduced surface area and forgiveness

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Alex Cejka Fairway Wood

Tour Edge Exotics C722

3 Wood 15°

Tour Edge Exotics C722 - 3 Wood - 15 Degrees


The adopted German citizen sticks with Tour Edge for his fairway wood needs, opting for a 15-degree Exotics C722. Its low-spinning, explosive clubface combination delivers a higher launch off the deck and the tee for consistent flight and a softer landing on approach.

Cejka uses the innovative Ryzersole and Diamond Face Technology to his advantage by producing consistent ball speed on all shots. In addition, the adjustable hosel of the C722 enables you to strengthen or weaken the loft to your preference.

Overall, the fast, high launching, low spinning, and forgiving design of the Exotics C722 suit low and mid-handicap golfers. 


  • Low spin
  • High launch
  • Forgiving
  • Adjustable hosel


  • Reduces workability
  • The high launch may not appeal to some golfers

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Alex Cejka Hybrid

Tour Edge Exotics C722

2 Hybrid 17°


Alex Cejka on the driving range with his golf hybrid.

The player with the most birdies on tour in 2023 continues to trust Tour Edge as he transitions from woods to irons. Alex swings the Exotics C722 hybrid with 17 degrees of loft. 

The Exotics C722 is a tour-shaped hybrid with a square-toe design that lower handicappers will welcome. In addition, it features a collaboration between the RyzerSole and Diamond Variable Face Technology (VFT) to soothe turf interaction and generate explosive speed off the clubface.

While the Tour Edge Exotics C722 produced a suitable launch, low spin, and increased speed, it is not ideal for the average golfer. Therefore, I recommend testing the Tour Edge Hot Launch E522 Hybrid.


  • Player style design
  • Compact shape
  • Reduced offset for increased workability
  • Adjustable hosel
  • Clean turf interaction


  • Provides minimal slice protection
  • Less forgiving than other hybrids

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Alex Cejka Irons

Callaway X22 Irons

Used est $35.00

3 Iron

Callaway X22 3 iron shown with lead tape covering most of the clubface in Alex Cejka's golf bag.


Next, Cejka keeps it old school as he enters the irons, pulling out a Callaway X22 3 iron from 2008. These cavity back irons contain impressive perimeter weighting to stabilize the clubface at impact, preventing speed drop-off and spin increase.

In addition, Callaway engineers added variable face thickness to the irons for optimal velocity on all shots. Finally, the Callaway X22 Irons provide a heightened moment of inertia (MOI) to resist twisting during the swing for a square clubface leading into impact.

While these irons do provide significant forgiveness to the average golfer, they are old and difficult to find new. You may want to read our article on some of the best cavity back irons on the market found here.


  • Maximum Forgiveness
  • Stable clubhead
  • Promotes straighter shots
  • Launches high
  • Preserves ball speed across the clubface


  • Chunky profile
  • Old and difficult to find new.

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Callaway X Forged 2018 Irons

est $600

Irons 4-PW


Callaway X Forged 2018 Irons - 4 - PW

The man inspired by fellow PGA Tour Champions player Bernhard Langer continues with Callaway for the remainder of his irons. This time the 2020 Regions Tradition winner turns to the X Forged iron set, which are modern players’ irons with innovative technology.

As their name suggests, these are forged irons built to deliver a buttery-soft feel, enhanced control, and clean turf interaction. Callaway constructed these irons with limited offset to optimize workability on approach.  You’ll also notice that Alex uses quite a bit of lead tape on his irons.

Ultimately, the Callaway X Forged Irons are splendid tools for low handicappers seeking feedback, control, and workability on approach. However, their lack of forgiveness is not suited to the average golfer. Instead, I suggest looking at the newly released, forgiving, consistent Callaway Paradym Irons.


  • Buttery soft feel
  • Enhanced feedback
  • Minimal offset to boost workability
  • Clean turf interaction
  • Crisp acoustics


  • Limited forgiveness
  • Difficult to find a new set

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Alex Cejka Golf Wedges

Callaway MD5 JAWS Wedge

Wedges 52°, 58°, 60°


Callaway MD5 JAWS Wedge in Alex Cejka's golf bag with his initials inscribed on it.

Cejka keeps his loyalty to Callaway in the wedges, as he opts to carry the MD5 Jaws model, which has helped him achieve a 67% scrambling record last season. The German utilizes a 52-degree (10-S) gap wedge and a 58-degree (8T) sand wedge to handle his greenside play.

I find these wedges provide a satisfying feel and controlled flight, and the spin is consistent on every strike. Offset Groove-In-Groove technology sinks into your golf ball at contact to increase friction and impart greater levels of spin on the ball. Plus, the microfeature helps produce transfer spin to your ball on off-center strikes.

Finally, the Callaway Mack Daddy 5 Jaws is a suitable wedge for mid-handicappers, thanks to its consistency. However, high handicappers may require cavity back wedges perimeter weighting, and leniency.


  • Elevates spin around the green
  • Enhances friction on off-center hits
  • Clean shape
  • Produces crisp turf interaction
  • Available in multiple sole grind options


  • Moderately expensive
  • It may not provide sufficient forgiveness on off-center hits

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Alex Cejka Putter

Odyssey White Hot OG 2 Ball Putter



Odyssey White Hot OG 2 Ball Putter

We conclude our Alex Cejka WITB review with the ever-popular White Hot OG 2 Ball putter, the Las Vegas resident’s chosen flat stick. It clearly serves him well, as he currently stands ninth overall on tour for his putting average. He also has the second-best birdie conversion percentage.

The White Hot OG 2 Ball features the classic alignment aid, while the famed White Hot Insert generates optimal topspin and a soft feel. Finally, the milled surface finish gives it a premium appearance every golfer can enjoy.

Ultimately, the Odyssey White Hot OG 2 Ball putter is a suitable flat stick option for the average golfer. It is a forgiving putter due to an enhanced MOI profile that produces a pleasant feel on all strokes.

We did notice him carrying around an alternative Odyssey putter on his practice rounds. But, it appears he’s sticking with 2-ball putter like Steve Stricker for now.


  • Creates clean forward roll
  • Pleasant feel
  • Enhanced alignment aid
  • Premium milled finish
  • High MOI for stability at impact


  • Not suited to players with arch strokes
  • Moderately expensive

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Final Thoughts on Alex Cejka WITB

That concludes our Alex Cejka WITB 2024 review. As you can see, he entrusts the forgiving, long, and consistent Tour Edge brand to maximize his long-game distance. Otherwise, the Czechoslovakian-born German citizen relies on the trusty hands of Callaway engineers to complete his set.

While most of his golf clubs are better suited to professionals and low handicappers, he carries some that can benefit the average golfer. His Callaway X22 irons are forgiving cavity backs, but they are ancient and difficult to find.

Besides his choice of vintage irons, I find the Callaway MD5 JAWS Wedge and Odyssey White Hot 2 Ball Putter suitable for the average player.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Golf Clubs Does Alex Cejka Carry?

Alex Cejka WITB

Driver: Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond Driver (9 degrees)
3 Wood: Tour Edge Exotics C722 (15 degrees)  
2 Hybrid: Tour Edge Exotics C722 (17 Degrees) 
Callaway X22 (3), Callaway X Forged (2018, 4-PW)  
Wedges: Callaway JAWS MD5 (52-10S, 58-8T, 60-14)  
Putter: Odyssey White Hot OG 2- Ball
Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1x Golf Balls
Grips: Golf Pride Tour Velvet Cord

Who is Alex Cejka’s wife?

In 1997, Alex Cejka was married to actress, Mirka Čejková. The couple later divorced in 2004. Alex has since remarried Alyssa Harvey.

Who is Alex Cejka’s Caddie?

In the past years, Alex Cejka is known for his breakups and make ups with his caddie, Tom Janis. Cejka’s wife, Alyssa, has also been known to carry the bag too.

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Matt Callcott-Stevens has lived and breathed golf since he was four. As a junior, he played competitively, until he discovered his talents were better suited to writing about the game. Matt holds a Postgraduate in Sports Marketing through the Johan Cruyff Institute in Barcelona and has provided golf game improvement tips to seniors and the average golfer for seven years.


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