WINNING SCORE: 21-under-par, 263.


DRIVER: Titleist TSi3 with 8.5° loft, fitted with Graphite Design Tour AD IZ 8 TX shaft.

3-WOOD: Titleist TSi2 with 13.5° loft.

HYBRID: Titleist 818 H2 with 17° loft, with Fujikura Motore Speeder 9.8 TX shaft.

IRONS:Titleist T100 (3-iron), Titleist 620 CB (4-iron to 6-iron) and Titleist 620 MB (7-iron to 9-iron), with Nippon NS Pro Modus3 Tour 120X shafts.

WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design SM8 (46°, 53° & 59°), with Nippon NS Pro Modus3 Tour 120X shafts.

PUTTER: Scotty Cameron Tour Rat Concept 1.

BALL: Titleist Pro V1.



  • A high quality ball striker and accurate driver, Wiesberger like many of his fellow Tour pros uses a combo set comprised of a number of different models to achieve optimal ball flights throughout his set, as well as increased forgiveness in the longer clubs and control in the shorter irons. The eight-time European Tour winner carries a cavity back 3-iron that is built for higher launcher and increased distance, smaller cavity mid-irons, then fully bladed short-irons to allow for maximum control and feel when approaching greens, which he hit 70 percent of on Sunday.
  • Higher lofted fairway woods are all the rage in men’s pro golf at the moment, yet Wiesberger remains loyal to a strong lofted hybrid that is closer to a 2-iron in performance than a 5-wood or 7-wood. Carrying just 17˚ of loft, his hybrid is fitted with an extremely stiff and heavy graphite shaft, that also keeps the flight down.

  • Up until recently, Wiesberger carried a mallet putter as his flatstick of choice, but it was a blade style that delivered his latest win. A Tour only model, Scotty Cameron’s Tour Rat is a traditional Anser style putter milled from high quality steel.

  • Wiesberger’s win means Titleist golf balls claimed three of the four European Tour events held in May, with all three events played solely on the circuit won with either a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball.

QUOTE: "I've said it all week, I really like it here ... It brings out the best in me. I got it going when I needed to so really enjoyable." – Bernd Wiesberger.