Golf equipment seen at 2011 Barclays Championship Plainfield Country Club

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Dustin Johnson used a TaylorMade R11 driver with Fujikura Motore F1 shaft to test the limits of the driving range.
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Charles Howell recently switched to Mizuno's MP-59 irons, which should start arriving in pro shops in early September.
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Carl Pettersson is not chasing trends. The Swede who now lives in North Carolina has been using a broomstick-length Odyssey White Hot XG #7 putter for years.
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Brendan Steele spent time during his practicing rounds testing some new equipment, including Titleist's yet-to-be-released SM4 wedges. He plays the company's 710 MB irons.
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Bill Haas uses Titleist's 710 Forged CB irons and a Vokey Design Spin Milled lob wedge with a special E grind.
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Arjun Atwal is using Ping's S56 irons.
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Jeff Overton Cleveland CG Tour irons have seen a lot of action.
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Vijay Singh also uses Cleveland CG Tour irons, but his are customized with a dark, gunmetal finish.
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Sean O'Hair has been using TaylorMade's Forged Tour Preferred MB irons since the Players Championship in May.
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Padraig Harrington recently switched to Wilson's new FG Tour V2 irons, but he is still using a ladybug driver headcover.
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On the range, Harrington used his ladybug headcover as a training aid, holding it between his forearms as he hit iron shots. As his arms naturally rotated after hitting the ball, the headcover went flying away.
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Aaron Baddeley uses a custom set of Adams Forged prototype irons, which on Monday included an old-school 2-iron.
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Webb Simpson won last week's Wyndham Championship. On Monday at Plainfield, he showed off a colorful pair of pants and the Ping Craz-E belly putter that helped him earn the title.
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Simpson's win was the third in a row by a golfer using a belly putter. For players interested in trying one, Titleist reps had several Scotty Cameron models on hand, along with several traditional-length prototype putters.
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There were plenty of long Odyssey putters for players to try also.
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For golfers who were looking for something new but weren't ready to take the belly-putter plunge, TaylorMade had plenty of Ghost and Ghost Spider putterson hand.
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Bill Haas's Titleist lob wedge