Golf equipment photos from 2011 Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course

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As his Nike Victory Red Pro irons waited for him on the range, Tiger Woods spoke to the media on Wednesday morning.
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As Tiger warmed up on the range, reps from other manufacturers stopped and watched him hit balls.
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J.J. Henry uses a Callaway X Forged sand wedge and X Series JAWS lob wedge.
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Paul Goydos had TaylorMade reps make his four Ghost putters.
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Bubba Watson uses Ping Tour-W wedges that are made from steel that is designed to rust over time. And like his irons, Bubba prefers pink paintfill.
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Robert Allenby plays Srixon's I-701 irons.
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Boo Weekley wasn't tough for fans and other players to spot on the range, despite his camouflage golf shirt.
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Dean Wilson shows his Hawaiian pride atop his TaylorMade bag.
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Anthony Kim is playing Nike's Victory Red Forged Blade irons.
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Davis Love has a new endorsement deal with Bridgestone and is using the company's TourStage X-Blade 705 Type M irons. The new United States Ryder Cup captain is also using TaylorMade's new R11 driver and 3-wood, along with a TP Rescue club.
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Bio Kim honed his putting stroke by aiming for a golf tee instead of a hole.
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Carl Pettersson is using Nike's Pro Combo irons.
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Alex Cjeka uses Callaway X Series JAWS wedges and X Forged wedges that are stamped with everything from the distance the club carries ("120") to "Vegas."
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Camilo Villegas had TaylorMade make him a custom set of the company's new Burner 2.0 irons.
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Angel Cabrera is starting his 2011 season this week at Torrey Pines. The Argentine asked Ping to re-grip all his clubs before he went to practice Monday morning.
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Chez Reavie decided to check out some of the Titleist putters outside the company's tour truck.
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There were certainly enough colorful models to choose from.
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Scratch irons were also available for players to try.
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Torrey Pines is just a few miles south of Camp Pendleton, a massive United States Marine Corps base. Fighter jets and helicopters routinely buzz overhead.
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Tim Herron ignores new designs and technology when it comes to irons, opting to stick with his trusty Ping Eye2s.
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...and very few sponsorships seem better matched than Herron and M&Ms.
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Nike player gift bags were being filled on Monday morning inside the company's tour truck. They were filled with golf balls, gloves, hats and other necessities.
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John Rollins did quite a bit of driver testing on Monday morning, trying both of TaylorMade's new models, the R11 and the Burner SuperFast 2.0.