Tour Customs: 2014 Arnold Palmer Invitational

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Billy Horschel shows some love for his alma mater Florida, the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Men's basketball tournament.
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Justin Rose plays a mixed iron set of TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB, Tour Preferred MC and Tour Preferred MB.
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K.J. Choi has sleek Ping i25 irons.
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Kevin Chappell's bag is filled with forged Nike irons.
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Kevin Na used his Titleist AP2 irons to push into a solo second at Innisbrook last week.
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Nicholas Thompson's fairway wood sports a Southwest Airlines head cover to go along with his TaylorMade RocketBladez irons.
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Paul Goydos will trust in his Taylor Made Tour Preferred MB irons this week at Bay Hill.Paul Goydos will trust in his TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB irons this week at Bay Hill.
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Phil Mickelson is still looking to get into form this season with his forged Calloway Apex Pros.Phil Mickelson is still looking to get into form this season with his forged Callaway Apex Pros.
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Robert Garrigus' R9 3-iron sticks out within his set of Taylor Made RocketBladz irons.Robert Garrigus' R9 3-iron sticks out within his set of TaylorMade RocketBladez irons.
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Rod Pampling has his Cleveland irons with him at Bay Hill, his third PGA Tour tournament of 2014.
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Russell “Rus” Henley has a full bag of Nike gear.
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Sang-Moon Baa's 56 degree Callaway wedge with lead strip.Sang-Moon Bae's 56 degree Callaway wedge with lead strip.
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Scott Stallings uses three Vokey wedges.
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Steve Stricker went with Titleist forged AP2 irons to get around the new Doral.
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Trevor Immelman’s Taylor Made Tour Preferred CB irons.Trevor Immelman’s TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB irons.
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William McGirt has one Top-10 in 12 events this season with his mixed bag of irons.William McGirt plays Cleveland 588 MT irons.
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Jin Jeong has a little color in his bag to go along with his engraved Vokey SM4 wedges.
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Jhonottan Vegas has a rare 2-iron in his bag of forged Nike blades.Jhonattan Vegas has a rare 2-iron in his bag of forged Nike blades.
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Brandt Snedeker's Bridgestone J40 irons show a little wear and tear.
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Brendan Steele has three new Vokey SM5 wedges in the bag.
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Brian Gay uses a TaylorMade RocketBladez 5-iron along with his Mizuno MP-64s.
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Bubba Watson continued his solid play this season at Doral with his Ping irons.
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Camilo Villegas’ TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB irons.
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Chad Campbell shows his school pride with his UNLV head cover.
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Charlie Beljan will look to improve on his strokes gained putting rank (139) this week with his Odyssey Versa Pro putter.
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Chris Kirk has Callaway Mack Daddy 2 wedges in the bag.
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Danny Lee’s Callaway Razr Musclebacks.
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David Hearn has two Top-10 finishes in his last three tournaments using his Forged TaylorMade MC irons.
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Derek Ernst needs to turn around a rough start to the season with his Ping S55 irons. He ranks 128th in Greens in Regulation percentage.
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Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano sticks to the classic look for his head covers.
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Greg Owen engraved his two daughter’s names into his Vokey wedges.
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Hunter Mahan’s Ping irons surround his Ping Eye2 L-wedge.
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J.B. Holmes opts for the Cleveland 588 RTX wedges.
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Jason Bohn goes with four Vokey wedges.
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Jeff Overton will navigate Bay Hill with his Mizuno blades.
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John Senden earned his first victory of the year last week with forged TaylorMade MB irons.