Vijay Singh WITB 2023: Favorite Golf Clubs Of The Big Fijian

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Vijay Singh hails from Lautoka, Fiji, a place that produces the best mangoes I have ever eaten. “The Big Fijian” has amassed 34 PGA Tour victories in his career, including 3 major championships. In this post, I conduct a Vijay Singh WITB 2023 review to see what assists him these days on the Tour Champions.

Since joining the legends tour in 2013, the Hall of Famer has won 4 times, all occurred in 2017 and 2018. Looking into Vijay’s bag, you will notice that his clubs are a mix of brands, which means he is likely a free agent on the equipment front.

Vijay Singh Quick Facts Table

Full NameVijay Singh (CF विजय सिंह)
BirthdayFebruary 6, 1997
BirthplaceLautoka, Fiji
Year Turned Pro1982
Tournament Wins60
Major Wins3 (1998, 2004 PGA Championship) (2000 Masters)
World Ranking58
Equipment SponsorN/A

Vijay Singh WITB: What’s in the Bag

Vijay Singh at the Dick's Sporting Goods Championship walking the golf course

So, let’s dive into the nuts and bolts. Here is a quick breakdown of what’s in the bag for Vijay Singh.

Driver: Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero Triple – 8.5-degree  (7.5) – Fujikura Atmos Tour Spec 5 TX Shaft

3 Wood: TaylorMade SIM – 15-degrees – Fujikura Ventus Black 8 X Shaft

5 Wood: TaylorMade M2 – 18 degrees – Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 8.2 Tour Spec X Shaft

Irons (4-5): Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal Pro – Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 105 X

Irons (6-PW): Mizuno MP-20 – Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 105 X Shaft

Wedges: Wilson Staff FG Tour PMP – 54 and 59-degrees – Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 105 X Shafts

Putter: Odyssey White Hot Pro 2-Ball

Golf Ball: Unknown

Vijay Singh – Driver of Choice

Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero Triple Driver

Vijay Singh Driver shot from the tee box at En-Joie Golf Course on the PGA Tour Champions tournament.


The three-time major winner swings the Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero Triple Driver off the tee for superior accuracy and distance. The low spin, high spring face combines with a high MOI design to produce optimal distance and accuracy.

In addition, I found the perimeter weighting expanded the sweet spot to maintain velocity and restrict spin on off-center strikes. Finally, the adjustable hosel enables Singh to strengthen his 8.5-degree driver to 7.5 degrees, which is not advised for the average golfer.


  • Generates low spin
  • Produces explosive ball speed
  • Forgiving
  • Encourages straight flight
  • Adjustable hosel


  • Difficult to find new
  • Vijay’s loft is too strong for the average golfer.

Vijay Singh’s Fairway Wood – 3 Wood

TaylorMade SIM 2 Max

TaylorMade SIM Max 2 Fairway Wood


The Lautoka native chooses the TaylorMade SIM 2 Max 15-degree for longer approach shots and an alternative to the driver off the tee. In my experience, the SIM produces clean turf interaction to encourage a clean strike from any lie, and the Titanium face generates explosive velocity.

I also appreciated the optimal face flex provided by the Next-Gen Speed Pocket, which preserved ball speed on low-face strikes. Since this fairway wood is tough to find, you may consider the TaylorMade SIM Max instead.


  • Flexible clubface
  • Generates explosive ball speed
  • Prompts clean turf interaction
  • Forgiving
  • Adjustable hosel


  • It is challenging to find new
  • Slower swingers may prefer a 16-degree driver for a higher launch 

Vijay Singh’s Fairway Wood – 5 Wood

TaylorMade M2 Men’s Fairway Wood

TaylorMade M2 Men's Fairway Wood


Vijay swings a TaylorMade M2 18-degree 5 wood for long approach shots around the golf course. The low center of gravity (CG) design helps golfers launch the ball high and long for optimal carry distance. In addition, a flexible clubface enhances forgiveness to preserve ball speed and limit spin across an expanded zone.

Like many modern TaylorMade woods, the M2 is equipped with Inverted Cone Technology (ICT), which expands the sweet spot. Finally, I find it produces crisp turf interaction to help the fairway wood glide across rough and fairway for a clean strike.


  • Maximum Forgiveness
  • High launch
  • Preserves ball speed across the clubface
  • Generates impressive distance
  • Clean turf interaction
  • Larger sweet spot


  • No adjustable hosel
  • Difficult to source a new model of this fairway wood.

Vijay Singh Irons (4 Iron & 5 Iron)

Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal Pro (4 – 5)

Hot Metal Irons, WITB Vijay Singh


Singh is one of the few professionals who still plays without hybrids and prefers long irons like me. His chosen 4 and 5 iron stem from the Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal Pro range. These irons combined the forged and cast manufacturing methods to create a compact, forgiving set of irons.

I see why Vijay opted for the long irons because the hybrid construction provides a superb feel while prompting a consistently high and long shot.


  • Compact profile
  • Produces a high launch
  • Consistent distance
  • Soft feel 
  • Workable


  • Challenging to source new models of these irons
  • Expensive

Vijay Singh’s Irons (6 Iron – PW)

Mizuno MP-20 Irons

Mizuno MP-20 Irons, Vijay Singh WITB


The Mizuno MP-20 range are pure player’s irons built for the most talented golfers between us. The forged profile is a pleasure to look at, and the compact design makes them ideal for working your shots around the golf course.

Besides their workability, they produce a buttery-soft feel off the face and crisp acoustics. However, these exceptional blade golf clubs provide limited forgiveness on off-center shots, which is not suited to the average golfer.


  • Clean, compact design
  • Delivers a buttery-soft feel on shots out of the middle
  • Crisp acoustics
  • Excellent turf interaction
  • Encourages maximum workability
  • Very soft feel


  • Limited forgiveness
  • Not suited to the average golfer

Vijay Singh Golf Wedges

Wilson Staff FG Tour PMP Golf Wedge54 & 59 Degrees

Wilson Staff FG Tour PMP Golf Wedge for WITB Vijay Singh


The Wilson Staff FG Tour PMP Wedges are not the first tools that come to mind when pondering tour pros equipment. However, their precision-milled grooves, compact profile, and tour grind provide optimal spin and workability around the green.

I find the Volume HM grooves generate shot-stopping spin across the face and a soft feel for improved feedback and distance control. The Fijian legend operates with a 54 and 59-degree setup, equivalent to a sand wedge and a strong lob wedge.


  • Affordable for the average golfer
  • Crisp turf interaction
  • Exceptional spin
  • Soft feel
  • Optimal shot stopping power


  • Players may despise the higher ball launch and lose control on short shots
  • Only two sole grinds are available

Vijay Singh – Favorite Putter

Odyssey White Hot Pro 2 Ball Putter

Odyssey White Hot Pro 2 Ball Putter - Vijay Singh Putter


The Odyssey White Hot Pro 2 Ball Putter is the predecessor to the White Hot OG 2 Ball, popular among professionals and amateurs. Vijay strokes the 2 Ball design, which offers super stability through the stroke, a higher moment of inertia (MOI), and a smooth roll.

In addition, the 2 Ball alignment aid makes it easier to line up your putts and improves accuracy. Furthermore, the White Hot Pro insert provides a soft feel and muted acoustics on all strikes.


  • Enlarged alignment aid
  • High MOI for improved stability
  • Generates a clean, consistent roll
  • Produces a soft feel
  • Clean finish


  • Difficult to find a new model
  • The stock hosel does not suit players with an extreme arch stroke

Final Thoughts on Vijay Singh WITB

“The Big Fijian” is one of the finest legends in golf and has given his life to the sport. With over 34 PGA Tour victories and 3 majors, it is no surprise that he finds himself in the Hall of Fame. While he has not had it easy on the PGA Tour Champions, we know what Singh is capable of, and more silverware is just around the corner.

After looking at Vijay Singh WITB, it is interesting that he does not curtail the demands of manufacturers and instead carries a mix and match of clubs. A Callaway Driver, TaylorMade Fairway Woods, Mizuno Irons, and Wilson Wedges.  A comparable eclectic mix of golf clubs can be found with fellow colleague Rocco Mediate.

Although he has impeccable taste in equipment, most of his golf clubs are not advised for the average golfer. His driver loft is too strong, and his irons are unforgiving. However, you can always consider the game improvement version of his chosen equipment.

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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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