Golf equipment photos from The Players, Titleist, TaylorMade, Nike, Callaway, Adams, Odyssey

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Martin Kaymer still plays a classic-looking set of TaylorMade RAC MB TP irons.
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Tiger Woods is continuing to use Nike's VR Forged Blades and wedges.
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John Rollins tested a center-shafted prototype Nike Method 005 putter at TPC Sawgrass.
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Aaron Baddeley plays with a prototype set of Adams Idea Back forged blade irons.
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Rickie Fowler played his college golf at Oklahoma Sates and uses Titleist 710 MB irons with orange paint fill to show support for his beloved Cowboys.
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Henrik Stenson won the Players in 2009. These days, the Swede is playing Callaway's new RAZR X Tour irons, along with Cleveland 588 wedges.
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Charley Hoffman has his Titleist Vokey Spin Milled wedges trimmed in blue and yellow to show support for the San Diego Chargers.
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Kevin Streelman plays a combination of Wilson's Ci9 and Forged FG Tour irons.
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Geoff Ogilvy adds a splash of color to his bag with a Scotty Cameron putter cover that has dollar signs, four-leaf clovers, crowns and other Cameron logos stiched into it. Ogilvy collects them.
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J.B. Holmes uses Callaway woods and wedges these days, but his old Cobra Pro CB irons are still in his bag.
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Charles Howell is playing Mizuno's new JPX-800 Pro irons.
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Ben Curtis plays Titleist's AP1 irons.
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Kenny Perry is using TaylorMade's Burner 2.0 irons and a Cleveland CG14 lob wedge. He had several putters in the bag Tuesday afternoon, including the heavily-taped white TaylorMade Rossa Ghost you can see here.
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Stuart Appleby has apples on his Callaway Tour X wedges and holes drilled into the back flanges of two as well. Making the holes reduces weight of the club heads without changing their sole grind or the bounce.
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Paul Casey uses Nike VR Pro Combo irons (3-6) and VR Pro Blades (7-PW).
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Louis Oosthuizen uses Ping Tour-S wedges made from raw steel, so they rust and corrode over time.
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Robert Allenby has been playing a TaylorMade Tour Burner 5-wood this season, but Tuesday he spent time on the range testing the new TaylorMade R11 5-wood.
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may have a Jolly Roger etched into all of his Scratch irons, but we don't know if he's eager to catch the next "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie.David Duval may have a Jolly Roger etched into all of his Scratch irons, but we don't know if he's eager to catch the next "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie.
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Watney is a die-hard San Francisco Giants fan and shows support for his team on his Titleist Vokey Spin Milled wedges.Nick Watney is a die-hard San Francisco Giants fan and shows support for his team on his Titleist Vokey Spin Milled wedges.
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got a special Cinco de Mayo themed Scotty Cameron putter headcover last week.Josh Teater got a special Cinco de Mayo themed Scotty Cameron putter headcover last week.
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Hunter Mahan has already added Ping's new forged Anser wedge to his bag and had the company put his personal logo on it.
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Phil Mickelson uses an Odyssey PT-82 Pro Type putter just like this one, except his is made for a left-hander.
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Chad Campbell plays Adams Golf's Idea Black CC1 prototype irons. But unlike other Idea Black clubs that Adams makes, Chad's aren't black; they're finished in chrome.
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Lamkin had plenty of grips for the pros to try.
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Anthony Kim uses Nike VR Pro Combo 3- and 4-irons and VR Pro Blade mid- and short-irons.
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Tim Petrovic has serious customization work done to his Callaway X Series wedges.
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D.A. Points is coached by Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Brian Mogg. On Monday, he practiced hitting balls with his rain jacket tied around his body and right arm. Points says his arm often gets too far from his body on his backswing, so this drill is helping him fix that.Coached by Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Brian Mogg. On Monday, he practiced hitting balls with his rain jacket tied around his body and right arm. Points says his arm often gets too far from his body on his backswing, so this drill is helping him fix that.