Justin Leonard, who recently signed an endorsement deal with TaylorMade, is now playing the Tour Preferred Forged MB irons.
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David Duval used these Scratch irons at Torrey Pines before he withdrew on Thursday morning.
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Anthony Kim is using a carrybag at Torrey Pines to haul his Nike VR Pro Blade irons.
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Some Titleist staff players who competed in Hawaii were presented with a commemorative Scotty Cameron headcover like this.
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Ricky Barnes plays Wilson's FG V2 irons and Callaway X Series JAWS wedges.
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Kevin Streelman's Ping G20 driver is covered by a giant Lemonhead candy.
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Ernie Els may have switched to a belly putter last season, but he has stayed with his classic-looking Callaway RAZR X Muscleback irons.
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Bubba Watson will be using a pink Ping G20 driver this season and hopes to raise a million dollars for charity.
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The loft is 8.5 degrees and it has a 44.5-inch, pink True Temper Grafalloy Bi-Matrix shaft with a PING 703 Gold grip. Watson uses 10 wraps of tape under his right hand, 12 wraps under his left.
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“Made Exclusively for Bubba” is written on the crown. As part of the “Bubba & Friends Drive to a Million” initiative, Ping is donating $10,000, plus $300 for every drive he hits over 300 yards. The money will all go to Phoenix-area charities chosen by Ping with input from Watson.
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Rocco Mediate doesn't have a big equipment endorsement deal, but his clubs are as customized as any you'll see on the range. This is his Adams Speedline Fast 12 LS driver.
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Mediate has been stamping his initials and words into his clubs, as he did on this Titleist Vokey Design SM4 wedge, for years.
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Instead of the customary red dots on the back, Rocco's Scotty Cameron Big Sur broomstick putter has rainbow paintfill. He also added, by our count, 15 colorful shaft bands.
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Charles Howell is playing Mizuno's new MP-59 irons and MP-R 12 wedges. On Tuesday at Torrey Pines he was testing a Ping i20 driver.
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Rickie Fowler is now playing a set of prototype Cobra AMP Blade irons. To see a gallery featuring all of Fowler's new gear, CLICK HERE.
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Boo Weekley's venerable Cleveland irons have lead tape slathered all over them.
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Teflon-coated golf tees. Really?
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TaylorMade left a bag filled with wedges, including the new ATV, at the entrance to the driving range.
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Steve Ames's bag at Torrey Pines is filled with Nike gear, including a set of VR Pro Blade irons.
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Rod Pampling is using a new set of Cleveland 588 Forged MB irons with a raw steel finish that rusts over time.
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Outside the Callaway truck, bagloads of woods, including RAZR Fit drivers, were stacked and available for players to try.
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Jamie Lovemark shows off his USC pride on his Nike golf bag.
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John Rollins has quite a mixed bag of clubs: Srixon Z-TX irons, Cleveland 588 wedges, a TaylorMade R11S driver and an Odyssey White Hot Rossie putter.
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Keegan Bradley, who recently signed a new endorsement deal with Tommy Hilfiger, showed off his new shirts.
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Sean Foley, who is not in Abu Dhabi with Tiger Woods this week, worked with Justin Rose on the range Tuesday morning.
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Greg Chalmers worked on his alignment using two sticks and his caddie's keen eyes.
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Danny Lee is playing a set of Callaway X Forged irons at Torrey Pines.
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Dustin Johnson practiced hitting his TaylorMade Rocketballz 3-wood next to Gary Woodland, who was hitting his Titleist 910D3 driver.
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Gary Woodland's Titleist 712MB irons have a special chrome finish that shines more than the sets sold at retail.
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