For the 2016 season I will again be using Titleist golf clubs. I had my fitting at the Titleist national fitting centre in St Ives (Hunts) Golf Club, Cambridge, back in February and have been using the clubs for the last month or so and they are feeling great.


The clubs in my bag this year.

Driver Titleist 912D3 8.75 (Graphite Design Tour AD DI-6 Stiff)

Fairways Wood Titliest 912FD 15.0 (Graphite Design Tour AD DI-7 Stiff)

Hybrid Titleist 912H 19 (Graphite Design Tour AD DI-105 Stiff)

Irons Titleist 712 CB Forged 3-9 (Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400)

Wedges Titleist Vokey Spin Milled SM4 (conforming) 48, 53, 58

Putter Scotty Cameron Studio Mid Slant

Ball Titleist Prov1x

Golf Shoes Adidas Tour Limited

I have been using Titleist clubs from a young age and continue to have great success with their equipment. All their products have a great look and a very solid feel and over the years I have built up a good working relationship with them.
— Daniel Seymour


When I am out playing in tour events, along with my clubs, there are a few items that I always have in the bag. Living and playing most of my golf in the UK it is no surprise that waterproofs and an umbrella are a must all year round and in the colder months mittens, a beanie hat and hand-warmers are a good addition to any golf bag. When we do get some sunshine, a cap or visor and suncream are always close at hand.

But if you want to get the most out of your round and compete at the highest level you have to stay hydrated and maintain your energy by packing the correct food in your bag. Water is the perfect liquid to keep you hydrated during your round and eating foods like bananas, bags of nuts, sunflower seeds and chopped fruit (not dried) will give you all the energy you will need to keep your focus the entire round.

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