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PHOTOS: Golf equipment at 2013 Arnold Palmer Invitational

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Branden Grace hopes his Callaway X Forged gap wedge gets his competition seeing red.

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Bubba Watson’s Ping Forged Anser putter has a unique finish that gives it purple and pink tones.
Bubba Watson’s Ping G25 driver also customized with a pink crown to match the pink Grafalloy Bi-Matrix shaft.
Kevin Streelman’s Wilson FG Tour V2 irons are watched over by a Lemonhead candy.
Jason Dufner’s Titleist 712 AP2 irons look standard, but his Vokey Design SM4 wedges are sprinkled with DUFs.
Ian Poulter switched to Cobra’s AMP Cell Pro irons at the start of the 2013 season.
These Callaway Forged wedges were personalized and stamped for Tommy “Two Gloves” Gainey.
Stewart Cink has been using a TaylorMade R1 driver, RocketBallz 2.0 fairway wood and rescue club this season, along with Ping i20 irons, Titleist Vokey Design wedges and a Scotty Cameron for Titleist putter.
Australia’s Marc Leishman has three different types of Titleist irons in his bag at Bay Hill—a 712U 2-iron, 712 AP2 3- and 4-ions, and 712 MB mid- and short-irons.
You may have known that Rickie Fowler plays Cobra’s AMP Cell Pro irons, but did you know his Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled wedge proves that he is a vice president of the Justin Bieber Fan Club?
Charley Hoffman plays a mixed set of Titleist 712 CB long irons and 712 MB short irons. His Vokey Design wedges show his UCLA pride.
Ted Potter Jr., winner of last season’s Greenbrier Classic, has weight added to the back of his Cleveland CG1 Tour irons.
The top plate of these TaylorMade Ghost Spider S putters can be fitted with any alignment aid a pro wants.
England’s Ross Fisher, in the field at Bay Hill on a sponsor’s exemption, uses Nike VR Pro blade irons and VR Pro wedges.
Tiger Woods headcover stands guard over his Nike VR Pro Blades.
Ernie Els’ Callaway RAZR X Muscleback irons are watched over by his lion driver headcover.
Francesco Molinari expects to get good handling around Bay Hill with his new Pirelli grips.
Geoff Ogilvy’s Scotty Cameron for Titleist 009 prototype putter is starting to rust, but the Aussie loves the look.
James Hahn’s Adams Idea Pro Black irons, appropriately, have a dark gunmetal finish.
TaylorMade R9 TP irons come with a black badge on the back of the club, but Mike Weir’s custom set is intentionally left unfinished.
Nick Watney is using a set of Nike VR Pro Combo irons, including a VR Pocket Cavity 3-iron.
Charles Howell III, affectionately known on Tour as “Charlie Three Sticks,” uses Mizuno MP-64 irons and the company’s MP-T4 wedges.
Ben Curtis plays Titleist’s 712 AP1 irons and Vokey Design Spin Milled wedges.
Boo Weekley, who was the runner-up last week in Tampa, uses a heavily-weighted set of Cleveland Forged 588 irons.
This battalion of Odyssey Tank putters was waiting on the practice green.
PGA Tour rookie Ben Kohles’ Titleist Vokey Design SM4 are heavily detailed.
Brandt Snedeker returns to action at Bay Hill and will uses these Bridgestone J40 irons and wedges.
Gary Woodland’s Callaway RAZR X Forged irons are decorated with have four different colors of paint fill.
Branden Grace hopes his Callaway X Forged gap wedge gets his competition seeing red.
Jeff Overton uses a well-worn set prototype set of Mizuno blade irons.
John Rollins has used a set of Srixon Z-TX irons for a while, but the forgiving Cleveland 588 MT 3-iron (MT stands for mid-trajectory) has been added recently.