Tom Pernice Jr WITB 2024 | The 2-Time All-American’s Clubs

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Tom Pernice Jr. WITB 2024 gives you the scoop on the preferred golf clubs and career details of the seasoned PGA Tour Champions player.

Tom’s career has been successful as early as college days, when he was awarded as the two-time All-American and the Pac-10 Player of the Year in 1981. This was playing with college teammates who are pretty big names themselves, like Corey Pavin, Steve Pate, and Duffy Waldorf. Tom later turned pro in 1983, which led to 13 combined tour wins to date.

One of the things I most liked about Tom was that he offered to show me each of his clubs himself. Usually, the caddies tend to go through the bag for us, so this was a pleasant surprise. Let’s see what this tour veteran is carrying his bag these days.

Tom Pernice Jr WITB Overview & Other

Full NameThomas Charles Pernice, Jr.
BirthdaySeptember 5, 1959
BirthplaceKansas City, Missouri
Year Turned Pro1983
Tournament Wins13
PGA Wins Breakdown6 PGA Tour Champions Wins
2 PGA Tour Victories
World Ranking82 – Senior Tour World Ranking

Wife & Family

Beyond golf, Tom was recently married to Raquel Pernice in January 2023. He was previously married to Sydney Wade Pernice for over two decades, and had two children, Brooke and Kristen.

Brooke Pernice, has an inspiring story as someone who suffers from Leber’s Amorosis, a genetic condition that causes blindness. She shares her musical talent through God by helping others as a church worker.

Career Earnings

Tom Pernice Jr Practicing his wedge shots in 2024 with his caddie on the practice area
Tom Pernice Jr., at the 2024 Chubb Classic

Tom Pernice Jr. has amassed career earnings of over $24 million, which includes his time on the PGA Tour to the PGA Tour Champions.

The Nashville resident has claimed 6 wins on the PGA Tour Champions. While he’s not bagged any recent victories, his career earnings speak for themselves.

 What clubs does Tom Pernice Jr. use?

Driver: Tour Edge Exotics C Proto

Tom Pernice Jr WITB 2024 showing his full golf bag with American Flag logo

3 Wood: Touro Edge Exotics C723

2 Hybrid: Tour Edge E723

4 Hybrid: Callaway Rogue

Irons: Titleist T100 Irons

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM9

Putter: Edel E1 Torque

Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1x

Tom Pernice Jr – Driver

Tour Edge Exotics C Proto Driver

9 Degree

Tom Pernice Jr. utilizes a Tour Edge Exotics C Proto Driver with a 9 degree loft and a Ventus Fujikura 6X shaft.

While you won’t be able to likely find this pro version, Tour Edge Exotics line up has some other excellent choices. The average mid handicap golfer would benefit from E Series that provides more forgiveness for straighter shots.

🤔 Fun Fact: Did you know that Tom Pernice Jr. was a wrestler in high school?

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Tom Pernice Jr – Fairway Wood

Tour Edge Exotics C723 3 Wood

15 Degree Loft

Touro Edge Exotics C723

Tom Pernice Jr. likes to stick with the Tour Edge Exotics line for his driver, fairway wood, and hybrid set up.

The C723 is designed for low handicap golfers also referred to as their competition line. Made of all titanium metal it provides more weight towards the back so shots fly longer and straighter.

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Tom Pernice Jr – 2 & 4 Hybrids

Tour Edge Exotics E723 2 Hybrid

17 Degree Loft

Tom switches to the Tour Edge Exotics E723 Hybrid (E-Series) for his 2 Hybrid. He utlizes a Ventus HB 9-TX Fujikura shaft, and it comes with a standard Lampkin Crossline 360 grip.

📘 Fun Fact: Tom Pernice Jr. graduated with a degree in Economics in 1982.

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Callaway Rogue 4 Hybrid

21 Degree Loft

The oldest club in his bag is the Callway Rogue 4 Hybrid from 2018. He’s been carrying that at least since 2019 in his bag, when Golf Digest did a what’s in the bag article with him and Scott Hoch. He currently uses it with a Project X Even Flow shaft.

Tom Pernice hitting his golf hybrid from the fairway.

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Tom Pernice Jr – Irons

Titleist Forged T100 Irons

4 Iron – 9 Iron

Tom has used Titleist for his irons for decades. As far back as I could find, Tom has been hitting Titleist Irons. Prior generations he used include the Titleist 714 AP2 and Titleist 718AP2. So it’s no surprise to see he is currently using the Titlest T100 (4-9).

The Titleist T-100 forged irons have dual-cavity construction are designed for low handicappers providing a more solid feel and enhanced workability.

Titleist Forged T100 Irons in Tom Pernice Jr what's in the bag shown in 2024

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Tom Pernice Jr – Wedges

Titleist Vokey SM9 Wedges

46 & 58 Degree

Titleist Vokey SM9 Wedges belonging to Tom Pernice Jr

Continuing with the Titleist irons theme, Tom Pernice Jr also sticks with Vokey wedge like he’s done in the past. It appears he added a degree of loft to each club making them a 47° and 59°.

While Titleist has released the SM10, I’ve noticed quite a few other players, like Steve Alker and Steve Stricker still using the SM9 as well as the SM8.

Tom Pernice Vokey Sm9 Wedge

Additionally, when we did a study of the clubs on the PGA Tour and Tour Champions, Vokey wedges remain at the top of the list. We found that 48% of players used Titleist wedges in 2023.

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Tom Pernice Jr – Putter

Edel E1 Torque Putter


The Edel E1 Torgue is my personal favorite golf club in Tom Pernice’s bag. Edel handcrafts their putters to your exact specifications. As you can see, T.P. Jr. is clearly written on the bottom of Tom’s putter.

Tom Pernice Jr at Dick’s Sporting Goods Open 2023

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Final Thoughts

Well, there you have it – a quick breakdown of Tom Pernice Jr WITB for 2024. For more great WITB articles, you may want to check out the latest from Kirk Triplett, Justin Leonard, or Davis Love III next.

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Erin has spent over 17 years as a healthcare executive working with seniors in nursing homes, skilled nursing, assisted living, and independent living communities. She also holds a Masters Degree in Social Work and other advanced degrees related to seniors.

Erin grew up playing golf in a family of golf fanatics. She started this site to help others add more enjoyment to the game of life through golf.

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