PGA Tour players’ custom golf clubs, equipment

1 of 12 David Walberg / Sports Illustrated
Four-time major champion Ernie Els plays Callaway RAZR X Muscleback irons. (Photo taken 2/26/2013)
2 of 12 Angus Murray
With custom pink trimming on his Ping G25 driver and Ping S59 irons, Bubba Watson's bag is unmistakable. (Photo taken 2/26/2013)
3 of 12 David Walberg / Sports Illustrated
2011 PGA champion Keegan Bradley swings a Cleveland Classic driver. (Photo taken 2/26/2013)
4 of 12 Kohjiro Kinno / Sports Illustrated
Dustin Johnson hits it deep off the tee with his TaylorMade R1 driver. (Photo taken 1/22/2013)
5 of 12 David Walberg / Sports Illustrated
Lee Westwood swings Ping i20 irons from the fairway. (Photo taken 2/27/2013)
6 of 12 David Walberg / Sports Illustrated
Jason Dufner plays a Titleist 910D2 driver and Titleist AP2 irons. (Photo taken 2/27/2013)
7 of 12 David Walberg / Sports Illustrated
European phenom Matteo Manassero plays a Titleist 913F fairway wood and Vokey Design SM4 wedges. (Photo taken 2/26/2013)
8 of 12 Kohjiro Kinno / Sports Illustrated
Gary Woodland, one of the longest hitters on Tour, uses a Callaway RAZR Fit Xtreme driver off the tee and an Odyssey White Hot 2-ball putter on the greens. (Photo taken 1/22/2013)
9 of 12 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Tommy Gainey plays a Callaway X Hot driver. (Photo taken 1/3/2013)
10 of 12 David Walberg / Sports Illustrated
John Merrick, winner of this year's Northern Trust Open at Riviera, hits a Titleist 913D2 driver. (Photo taken 2/27/2013)
11 of 12 David Walberg / Sports Illustrated
John Huh, winner of the 2012 Mayakoba Golf Classic, has TaylorMade ATV wedges in his bag. (Photo taken 2/27/2013)
12 of 12 David Walberg / Sports Illustrated
Charlie Beljan uses the same irons as Keegan Bradley: Cleveland 588 MT irons. (Photo taken 2/26/2013)