What's In My Bag: Kevin Chappell\nAge: 28 | Resides: Scottsdale | Story:He beat future stars Rickie Fowler, Billy Horschel, Russell Henley, Harris English and Brian Harman to win the 2008 NCAA individual title.\nCLOSE TO HOME\n\n I moved to Scottsdale for golf. But to stay connected to my hometown of Fresno, Calif., my wife, Elizabeth, and I have my charity benefit the Children's Hospital Central California.\nPICKING UP STICKS\n\n I'm not someone who tinkers a lot with his clubs. Once Mike Taylor (Nike's club craftsman) found the right combo for my wedges, I haven't changed them one bit.\nspecs: Nike Vapor Pro, 9.5 degree, Aldila Rogue X-flex shaft, 75 grams, just under 45 inches\n\nIt wasn't hard switching drivers. After testing clubs, I found my optimal ball flight using the same specs in my Covert driver. This has a similar-looking head, but I'm more accurate with it.\nspecs: Nike Vapor Speed, 15 and 19 degrees, Aldila Tour Blue shafts (3-wood: 85 grams, 5-wood: 95 grams)\n\nOn par 5s it was rare for me to hit 3-wood on my second shot. But I launch this model high, so I can stop it easier. I put both in play in October.\nspecs: Nike Vapor Pro Combo 3-iron, Vapor Pro 4- through 9-iron, True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts\n\nThe thin topline and classic look of these irons are similar to my old irons, so it was easy to change.\nspecs: Nike VR X3X (46 degree), Nike VR Pro Dual Sole (54 degree), Nike VR Pro (60 degree), True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shafts\n\nI've played these the past four years. I love the soft feel.\nspecs: Nike Method pro-totype, 33 inches, 2.5 degree, 72 degree lie angle\n\nThe guys at Nike made me this putter, which is a close match to the model I used when I first turned pro. I switch between a SuperStroke grip and a pistol version.\nIt's line time\n\n Before I start my days at the course, I'll mark my Nike RZN Platinum balls with a black line. It has become part of my routine.\nHeavy competition\n\n This is a ball marker from Whisper Rock. It's one of the places we play in Scottsdale. I'll tee it up with other pros there such as Chez Reavie, Geoff Ogilvy, Bryce Molder or Kevin Stadler.\nProtect and serve\n\n This is Champ, my charity's mascot. Using this headcover is a symbol of my passion for giving back. You, too, can support Kevin Chappell Champion for Children's by buying your own Winning Edge Designs headcover.