In the bag at WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship
October 05, 2011
1 of 16David Dusek
switched putters on the eve of the 2010 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship to a TaylorMade Rossa Monza Spider belly putter.
2 of 16David Dusek
warms up by swinging a Medicus weighted driver (the yellow-shafted club), but also carries a SwingStick, another weighted warm-up tool that has a handle like a baseball bat.
3 of 16David Dusek
a No. 1 seed at this week's Match Play, uses Ping i10 irons.
4 of 16David Dusek
needs a strong caddie to carry his bag and all its accessories.
5 of 16David Dusek
were available for all the pros to try on the practice green.
6 of 16David Dusek
uses Cleveland CG7 Tour irons.
7 of 16David Dusek
plays S57 irons, but the 2009 Masters champion has been tinkering with G15 and i15 3-irons that could help him launch the ball higher.
8 of 16David Dusek
plays Callaway's Tour Proto irons and has some fancy paint fill in his X-Forged gap wedge.
9 of 16David Dusek
relies on Adams Idea Tech a4 Tour irons.
10 of 16David Dusek
practiced with a TaylorMade R9 SuperTri driver and a launch monitor on Monday afternoon.
11 of 16David Dusek
will depend on his Nike Victory Red Forged Blades in Tucson.
12 of 16David Dusek
has a uniquely embroidered driver headcover.
13 of 16David Dusek
had bags of hats, balls, and other goodies to put inside staff players' lockers
14 of 16David Dusek
It was easy for the players to get a grip on their game in the practice area.
15 of 16David Dusek
who uses Titleist's MB irons, was given his splashy putter headcover at the 2009 PGA Championship by Scotty Cameron.
16 of 16David Dusek
of Sweden will be playing in the first match on Wednesday morning against Australia's Robert Allenby. Hansen carries TaylorMade R9 TP 3- and 4-irons, which help him hit long shots with a higher trajectory than his RAC MB irons.
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