Tour Customs: Pros’ Clubs at the U.S. Women’s Open

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In 2012, Lydia Ko of New Zealand became the youngest person ever to win an LPGA Tour event.
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Lydia Ko

A zoomed out view of Ko's bag.
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Beatriz Recari

PXG player Beatriz Recari plays the company’s 0311 forged irons.
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Se Ri Pak was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2007.
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Michelle Wie has fallen to No. 17 in the world rankings.
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Michelle Wie

A zoomed out view of Michelle Wie's bag.
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Even with a victory in Taiwan, Suzann Pettersen cannot overtake Inbee Park atop the LPGA rankings, but a good finish would close the gap with two tournaments remaining.
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Sandra Gal

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Alison Lee

Alison Lee is still a student at UCLA after turning pro in December.
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Anna Nordqvist plays her shot during the second round of the Honda LPGA at Siam Country Club in Chonburi, Thailand.
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Yani Tseng kisses the trophy after winning the Women's British Open in 2011.
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Camilla Lennarth

Swede Camilla Lennarth is playing Callaway Apex irons, Callaway MD3 wedges and an Odyssey putter.
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Ilhee Lee, LPGA Australian Open

South Korea's Ilhee Lee hits a tee shot on the 18th hole during the first day of the LPGA Australian Open at Royal Melbourne Golf Course on Thursday in Melbourne, Australia.
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Julie Yang

Bridgestone player Julie Yang is carrying J15 CB forged irons and J15 black oxide wedges.
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Gaby Lopez

Gaby Lopez is carrying a mixture of Mizuno JPX 850 Forged irons and custom stamped Titleist Vokey Design wedges.
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Jaye Marie Green

Jaye Marie Green favors old school Callaway Diablo irons, complete with plenty of lead tape.
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Hee Young Park

Hee Young Park is relying on Mizuno JPX 850 Forged irons and Fourteen RM-22 forged wedges at the U.S. Women's Open.
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M.J. Hur

Mi Jung Hur has a mixture of TaylorMade RSi2 irons and Callaway MD3 Milled wedges.
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Moriya Jutanugarn

Titleist player Moriya Jutanugarn has custom stamped Vokey Design SM6 wedges in her bag as well as AP1 irons complete with some serious lead tape.
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The 24-year-old Pornanong Phatlum of Thailand finished 23rd on the LPGA Tour money list in 2013.
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Sun Young Yoo

South Korean Sun Young Yoo is gaming Callaway Apex Pro forged irons and MD3 Milled wedges complete with custom graphics.
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So Yeon Ryu shot a 63 on day one.
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Su-Hyun Oh

Callaway player Su-Hyun Oh opts for Apex Pro forged irons and Mack Daddy 2 milled wedges as well as an Odyssey putter.
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Sakura Yokomine

Sakura Yokomine has a full bag of XXIO clubs as well as an interesting headcover.