Best of Tour Customs 2013, PGA Tour Players’ Clubs

1 of 29 Jeff Ritter
Caddie Joe LaCava guarded Tiger Woods' bag at the British Open while his boss putted on the practice green.
2 of 29 Jeff Ritter
Woods has played his trusty Nike VR Pro Blade irons for many years.
3 of 29 Michael Chwasky
Branden Grace has a special message on his Callaway X-Forged wedge.
4 of 29 Fred Vuich/Sports Illustrated
Ian Poulter played custom-stamped Cobra AMP Cell Pro irons at the Players.
5 of 29 Kohjiro Kinno/Sports Illustrated
A lion headcover guarded Ernie Els' clubs at the Match Play Championship.
6 of 29 Carlos M. Saavedra/Sports Illustrated
Eight-time major champion Tom Watson used a mix of different Adams irons at the PGA Championship at Oak Hill.
7 of 29 David Dusek
Luke List has different hashtags stamped into each of his Callaway RAZR X irons.
8 of 29 Michael Chwasky
Mike Weir's collection of Titleist Vokey wedges includes two 60-degree models. One is probably bent to around 58-degrees.
9 of 29 David Dusek
Morgan Hoffmann may be from New Jersey, but his Titleist Vokey Design SM4 wedges had a California vibe at the Farmers Insurance Open.
10 of 29 Ryan Reiterman
Seung-Yul Noh depends on Nike VR_S Forged irons (tucked in the back), Nike VR Pro Blade irons and Nike VR Pro wedges.
11 of 29 Thomas Lovelock/Sports Illustrated
Past Open champ Padraig Harrington relied on Wilson Staff FG Tour V2 irons as well as a nifty headcover this year at Muirfield.
12 of 29 Al Tielemans/Sports Illustrated
1999 British Open champ Paul Lawrie plays a Wilson Staff D-100 driver.
13 of 29 Michael Chwasky
Retief Goosen used a goose headcover at the Northern Trust Open.
14 of 29 Fred Vuich/Sports Illustrated
Scott Brown uses a rust-covered Nike VR Pro wedge around the greens.
15 of 29 Kohjiro Kinno/Sports Illustrated
At the Match Play, Steve Stricker paired Titleist AP2 irons with 913F fairway woods.
16 of 29 Michael Chwasky
Thorbjorn Olesen's Nike VR Pro Blades and wedges, complete with initials.
17 of 29 Ryan Reiterman
Lee Westwood swears by his Ping i20 irons.
18 of 29 Kohjiro Kinno/Sports Illustrated
Keegan Bradley used Cleveland CG7 Tour irons in 2013.
19 of 29 Fred Vuich/Sports Illustrated
Justin Rose has a mix of TaylorMade RocketBladez Tour irons and TaylorMade Tour Preferred Forged MB irons in his bag.
20 of 29 Al Tielemans/Sports Illustrated
David Toms' Cleveland Classic driver likely did not get a lot of use during the U.S. Open at Merion's short East Course.
21 of 29 Fred Vuich/Sports Illustrated
Former Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III plays Bridgestone J40 irons.
22 of 29 Kohjiro Kinno/Sports Illustrated
Dustin Johnson plays TaylorMade Forged MB irons.
23 of 29 Al Tielemans/Sports Illustrated
2006 U.S. Open champion Geoff Ogilvy had Titleist MB irons at Merion.
24 of 29 Jeff Ritter
Graeme McDowell had Cleveland Mashie hybrids and Srixon Z-TX irons in his bag early in the season.
25 of 29 Carlos M. Saavedra/Sports Illustrated
Fresh off the birth of his first child, Hunter Mahan and his Ping S56 irons were back in action at Oak Hill for the PGA Championship.
26 of 29 Jeff Ritter
Jim Furyk's clubs were housed in a custom Callaway British Open golf bag at Muirfield.
27 of 29 David Dusek
John Senden's TaylorMade R11 irons and R1 driver are watched over by a Geico caveman.
28 of 29 Fred Vuich/Sports Illustrated
Jonas Blixt uses lead tape on some of his Cobra S3 Pro irons.
29 of 29 David Dusek
Each of the X Bomb patches on Tommy Gainey's bag symbolize a drive that went over 325 yards. Before the start of the Farmers Insurance Open, he already had 16! He uses a Callaway X Hot driver.