What\u0027s In My Bag: Patrick Reed\u000AAge: 23 | Resides: Spring,Texas | Story:Won his first PGA Tour title at the 2013 Wyndham Championship with his wife, Justine, caddieing for him.\u000AMY LOVING LOOPER\u000A\u000A Tons of guys have their wives travel with them from event to event. But Justine is there, stride for stride with me. It meant a lot to have her there when we won our first PGA Tour event. She\u0027s one of the hardest workers I\u0027ve ever met. Every practice session, every lesson -- she\u0027s always there. Last year, we\u0027d drive for hours to Monday qualifiers. I\u0027m truly blessed.\u000AMIDSEASON SWITCH\u000A\u000A Not too many guys out here switch equipment companies in the middle of the year. But I can say my transition to Callaway this May played a huge role in my success. From the time I started playing Callaway clubs at the Byron Nelson, I recorded three top-10 finishes before winning in August. It shows how important it is to find the right equipment for you. My success is a combination of my hard work and that of Callaway\u0027s tour staff.\u000ADRIVER\u000A\u000A The Callaway Optiforce 440 (9.5 degrees, 44.25 inches, Aldila Rogue shaft) gave me more distance as soon as I put it in the bag at the John Deere Classic.\u000AFAIRWAY WOOD\u000A\u000A I\u0027m a big tinkerer, so I\u0027ll switch between this Callaway X Hot Pro 3-wood (UST Mamiya Proforce VTS 8X shaft, 41.875 inches) and an extra 2-iron, which is bent to 1-iron loft. I put that in the bag when I won in Greensboro, and I used that club off the tee on six to eight holes every day.\u000AIRONS\u000A\u000A My 2- and 4-iron are Callaway X Forged, while my 5-iron through pitching wedge are Callaway RAZR X muscle-backs (True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts)\u000AWEDGES\u000A\u000A I\u0027m an aggressive player, so I tend to short-side myself often. That\u0027s when I\u0027ll use my 61-degree for every type of shot. Two of my Callaway Mack Daddy 2 wedges are bent, so the gap between each of my wedges is 5 degrees.\u000APUTTER\u000A\u000A The Odyssey guys did some extra customization to make a putter that fit my eye. I find the blue alignment aid on my Odyssey White Hot Pro #3 (33.125 inches) more soothing to look at than a typical black line.\u000AON THE NUMBER\u000A\u000A I always use a quarter from the year Justine was born -- 1986 -- to mark my ball on the green. She helps me a ton reading putts and has given me some reads that allowed us make to the cut on the number.\u000ATHREE\u0027S COMPANY\u000A\u000A I wouldn\u0027t say I\u0027m too superstitious, but this is one thing I\u0027m particular about: I\u0027ll play only No. 3 Callaway HEX Chrome+ balls. It applies only to tournaments -- I\u0027ll practice with any ball.\u000AMY BEAT ON REPEAT\u000A\u000A From the range to the first tee, I\u0027m always wearing earbuds, and I listen to only one song: \u0022Radioactive\u0022 by Imagine Dragons. It\u0027s the perfect tempo to swing to -- and it pumps me up.\u000AMY DIVOT-REPAIR TOOL\u000A\u000A is from Conway Farms Golf Club, outside Chicago, where I reached the semifinals of the 2009 Western Amateur. This year, I got to play there again when I qualified for the BMW Championship.\u000AOUR TEAM COLORS\u000A\u000A Justine and I are the definition of a team. We\u0027ll often wear the same color clothes, like teams do in other sports. And we usually play better when we do. Team Reed had a pretty great 2013.