What\u0027s In My Bag: Billy Horschel\u000AAge: 27 | Resides: Jacksonville Beach, Fla. | Story:Won the 2013 Zurich Classic of New Orleans and had seven other top 10s to earn more than $3.5 million last season.\u000AEARLY? THAT\u0027S ON TIME\u000A\u000A I hate feeling rushed. If my teacher, Todd Anderson, wants to meet for a 7 a.m. session, he\u0027ll find me hitting balls at 6:45. My parents ingrained that in me when I was a kid. If I\u0027m 10 minutes early, that\u0027s on time to me. There are certain things I don\u0027t want to be late for. When I started dating my wife, Brittany, she didn\u0027t realize how important being on time was to me. If I told her a time I\u0027d pick her up, that meant I\u0027ll be ready to go 10 minutes before that.\u000AKEEPING IT IN ORDER\u000A\u000A One thing I\u0027m pretty anal about is making sure my clubs are always in the same spot in my bag. That way, they\u0027re easy to find. If I check my clubs at the airport, I can take a quick glance and know if everything is where it\u0027s supposed to be. I\u0027ve been with my caddie, Micah Fugitt, since 2011. He\u0027s not as organized as I am, but he\u0027s pretty close.\u000ADRIVER\u000A\u000A The 8.5-degree marking on my Ping G25 driver (Mitsubishi Rayon Fubuki 63-X shaft, 45.25 inches) isn\u0027t accurate. It\u0027s actually 9.6 degrees. All the lofts on my woods are customized to give me the distance I\u0027m looking for.\u000AFAIRWAY WOODS\u000A\u000A I\u0027ve dialed in the exact lofts on my Ping G25 3- and 5-woods (13.9 and 17.6 degrees, Oban Kiyoshi Black 75-05 shafts) to give me an ideal ball flight and the control I need.\u000AIRONS\u000A\u000A The workability of my Ping S55 irons (3-iron through pitching wedge, ZZ65 shafts, Golf Pride V55 grips) really plays to my strengths. I like to shape the ball into each green. You\u0027ll notice the orange-and-blue paintfill for the Florida Gators in my set. Oftentimes, I\u0027ll opt not to carry a 4-iron so I can add an extra wedge. That flexibility helps me cover more meaningful gaps.\u000AWEDGES\u000A\u000A You won\u0027t find any crazy stampings on my wedges like other guys have. I like a simple look on all my clubs. I play two Ping Tour wedges (True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shafts) and each one (53 and 59 degrees) has been bent from the standard loft to address more shots.\u000APUTTER\u000A\u000A In college, I must\u0027ve changed putters at least three times. Before that, I had the same flat stick for 10 years. I started using this Ping Redwood Piper S at last year\u0027s Honda Classic, and it\u0027s been great. I use a SuperStroke 2.0 grip, which keeps my hands unified with my left-hand-low stroke.\u000ABLUE STREAK\u000A\u000A I like having a routine. Before a tournament round, I\u0027ll always mark my Titleist Pro V1x balls before I start putting. Just like the paintfill on my irons, I mark my ball with the orange and blue of my Florida Gators.\u000AGATOR CHOMP!\u000A\u000A Even if I\u0027m practicing at home, I keep my clubs clean. They don\u0027t have to be squeaky clean, but I don\u0027t like it when the grooves are dirty. I\u0027m not sure what it is, but a clean club makes me feel more confident.\u000ALOST AND FOUND\u000A\u000A I used to have a divot-repair tool from the SEC Championship at Sea Island when I was a freshman at Florida. But I lost it two years ago. So I grabbed one from Annandale Golf Club when I was playing the tour event there. It\u0027s brought me good luck.\u000ACHANGED HANDS\u000A\u000A I used a 1986 quarter, the year I was born, for 10 years. But I lost that, too. Then in college, I got a 1936 quarter as change from a Checkers Drive-In. I figured it must be special, and it has been for me.\u000AJERKY BOY\u000A\u000A There\u0027s not much about me that\u0027s superstitious. But in the middle of last year I realized whenever I ate some Buffalo-style jerky, I\u0027d start playing well. Now I break out the bag whenever I need a birdie.