Tour Customs: Pros’ Bags at the 2016 Players Championship

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Jordan Spieth

Two-time major champ Jordan Spieth carries a plethora of Titleist clubs including 714 AP2 irons, a T-MB long iron, Vokey Design SM6 wedges, and a 915D driver.
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Rickie Fowler

Cobra/Puma's poster boy Rickie Fowler is clearly a music fan, as indicated by his custom-stamped Tour Trusty wedge. He also carries King Forged MB irons among other Cobra clubs.
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Phil Mickelson

Callaway staffer Phil Mickelson is set for the Players Championship with an Apex UT 21° driving iron, Apex Pro 16 irons (5-PW) and Mack Daddy PM-Grind wedges (56°, 60°, 64°).
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Sergio Garcia

Spaniard Sergio Garcia carries TaylorMade Psi forged irons, Tour Preferred EF wedges, and a Spanish Bull headcover.
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Ernie Els

The Big Easy Ernie Els carries a mixture of TaylorMade Tour Preferred wedges and Adams XTD Tour irons.
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James Hahn

Last week, James Hahn won the Wells Fargo Championship using PXG 0311T irons, a PXG 0311T Milled 47° wedge, Titleist Vokey Design SM5 54° wedge and a Titleist Vokey Design Prototype 60° wedge. During this week's practice rounds, Hahn was spotted with an extra PXG 3-iron, plus a second Vokey Design prototype J wedge.
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Smylie Kaufman

Smylie Kaufman WD'd last week due to a bum wrist. He'll give it a go at the Players Championship using Srixon's Z U45 utility irons and Z 745 irons. The Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 58° wedge has a purple and gold paint job in honor of his alma mater, LSU.
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Danny Willett

Masters champ, Danny Willett, stamps his Callaway Apex Pro irons (5-9) with the flag of England. An old Cleveland 588 53° wedge partially blocks the Callaway Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind wedges.
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Ian Poulter

Ryder Cup hero and Titleist player Ian Poulter carries AP2 irons, Vokey Design SM6 wedges and a 915H hybrid, among other things.
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Kevin Na

Kevin Na looks to continue his strong play using Titleist's 716 T-MB and 716 AP2 irons. Is there any question who the prototype Vokey 60° wedge belongs to?
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Kevin Chappell

Nike staffer Kevin Chappell's short-game tools consist of Vapor Pro Combo irons (4-6), Vapor Pro irons (7-9), and Engage wedges. However, an older, rusty VR Forged Pro Combo 7-iron snuck into the bag during a practice round.
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Adam Hadwin

Adam Hadwin's arsenal includes the Callaway Apex UT 21° driving iron, Callaway MB1 irons and a Callaway Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind wedge. Tucked behind the rangefinder is an Odyssey Tank Cruiser V-Line putter. Hadwin ranks 8th on Tour in the "Strokes Gained: Putting" category.
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Jason Dufner

Jason Dufner plays Titleist 716 AP2 irons and Titleist Vokey Design SM6 wedges.
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David Hearn

David Hearn boosts the head weight in his TaylorMade irons with old-school lead tape directly behind the sweet spot.
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Branden Grace

A logo of the South African flag adorns Branden Grace's Callaway X Forged (2013) irons. Watch out for Grace at The Players -- he's coming off a win and T9 finish in his last two starts.
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Brendon Todd

Brendon Todd has missed 10 consecutive cuts. Could this be the week for a breakthrough a la James Hahn? If so, he'll lean on TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB irons, a TaylorMade Tour Preferred EF 56° wedge and Fourteen Golf 60° wedge.
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Chris Kirk

Chris Kirk, a four-time Tour winner, plays this season with a bag full of PXG sticks including 0311T blade irons, the 0311 54° wedge and 0311T 59° wedge
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David Lingmerth

David Lingmerth's gamers include Ping i25 irons and Ping Glide wedges (50°/SS set to 50.5°, 54°/SS set to 55° and 60°/SS). The paint fill pays homage to his native Sweden.
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George McNeill

Two-time Tour winner George McNeill sports the Callaway Apex driving iron, Srixon forged blades and a custom Cleveland Rotex 2.0 wedge.
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Greg Owen

Englishman Greg Owen is locked and loaded at the Players with TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB irons.
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Jeff Overton

During his practice rounds, Jeff Overton was working with a pair of 58° wedges -- a Titleist Vokey Design SM6 with 4° bounce, plus a Titleist Vokey Design SM5 with 8° bounce
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Carlos Ortiz

Carlos Ortiz is teeing it up this week with a Ping G Crossover 18°, Ping S55 irons, and Titleist Vokey Design SM6 54° wedge.
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Charley Hoffman

Last month, Charley Hoffman captured The Texas Open with a bag full of Titleist's. He's all set to attack the Players Stadium course at TPC Sawgrass with the Titleist 716 T-MB 20°, Titleist 716 MB irons and Titleist Vokey Design SM5 wedges (46°, 50°, 56°, 58°).
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Chris Stroud

Chris Stroud plays the TaylorMade M1 19° fairway wood, plus a variety of Cleveland sticks -- an oldie but goodie 588 MT iron, 588 MB irons and a custom wedge.
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Fabian Gomez

Coming off a T9 finish at the Wells Fargo Championship, the Argentine Fabian Gomez is set to go with TaylorMade RSi2 irons. Slots in the sole, heel and toe are designed to generate more face flex on off-center contact.
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Matthew Fitzpatrick

Matthew Fitzpatrick, the 2013 U.S. Amateur champ, has a mixed set of Ping i25 and Ping S55 irons.
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Rafael Cabrera-Bello

Rafael Cabrera-Bello plays an assortment of Titleist gear including CB Forged long irons, MB Forged short irons and Vokey Design SM6 wedge.
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John Huh

John Huh, the 2012 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year, is playing TaylorMade PSi irons, a TaylorMade ATV 52° wedge and a prototype Titleist Vokey Design 60° K grind wedge.
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Brooks Koepka

Brooks Koepka sports a mixed bag of Nike irons -- Vapor Fly Pro (3), Vapor Pro Combo (4) and Vapor Pro (5-9), plus Engage wedges.
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Martin Laird

Scotland's Martin Laird is armed this week with TaylorMade PSi Tour irons.
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Billy Horschel

Former Ping staffer Billy Horschel is now carrying a full bag of PXG gear, including his 0311T forged irons and 0311 wedges.
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Andy Sullivan

Andy Sullivan carries a mixture of Ping i irons and Glide wedges.
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Brian Stuard

Recent Tour winner Brian Stuard carries a full bag of Callaway clubs including Apex Pro forged irons and MD3 milled wedges.
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Chad Campbell

Hoganesque swinger Chad Campbell is still carrying an old set of Adams Idea Black CC1 irons.
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Charles Howell III

PXG player Charles Howell III is gaming the company's new 0311T forged irons.
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Francesco Molinari

Nike player Francesco Molinari favors Vapor Pro forged irons and Engage wedges and makes sure his initials are emblazoned on each club.
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Gary Woodland

Big hitting Gary Woodland's Titleist bag consists of 716 MB Forged irons and Vokey Design SM6 wedges.
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Hudson Swafford

Under his red leather headcover is Hudson Swafford's Ping S55 irons and Vokey Design SM6 wedges.
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Hideki Matsuyama

Japanese superstar Hideki Matsuyama is playing Srixon Z765 forged irons and Cleveland RTX 2.0 forged wedges.
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Jamie Lovemark

UCLA Bruin Jamie Lovemark also favors Nike Vapor Pro forged irons with his "JL" stamped on the toe.
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Jhonny Vegas

Nike player Jhonny Vegas has a Vapor Fly Pro 2-iron to go along with his Vapor Pro forged irons, complete with stamped initials of course.
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Marc Leishman

Australian Marc Leishman carries a full bag of Callaway sticks including new Apex Pro forged irons and MD3 Milled wedges complete with custom stamps of his children's names.
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Mark Wilson

Long time Ping player Mark Wilson is currently playing the company's new i irons.
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Nick Taylor

Canadian pro Nick Taylor goes for TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB irons and Tour Preferred EF wedges, as well as a Psi long iron.
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Patrick Rodgers

Big time Colts fan Patrick Rodgers is yet another Nike player who opts for the ever-popular Pro Forged irons. He also favors Nike's VR Pro wedges.
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Scott Brown

Callaway player Scott Brown favors Apex Pro forged irons and MD3 Milled wedges. The lead tape helps produce a slightly heavier feel on scoring shots.
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Scott Piercy

Titleist man Scott Piercy's 660 MB blades are covered in lead tape, just like his AP2 long iron and Vokey Design wedge.
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Si Woo Kim

Si Woo Kim favors a combination of TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB irons and Titleist Vokey Design Sm6 wedges.
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Zac Blair

BYU alum Zac Blair is a Titleist guy who carries a mixture of 716 CB Forged and MB Forged irons. You can also tell he likes to custom stamp his SM6 wedges.