Gear On Tour: The Barclays\nWhat players are using for the season's first playoff event.\nTitleist's new 913Hd hybrid is in play this week.\nTringale hasn't quite transitioned to the new 913F fairway woods. Yet.\nTringale's wedges are stamped with "Choo-Choo" and "Express." He wants that birdie train to keep moving!\nDonald uses a Mizuno hybrid, irons and wedges, and he's greatly influenced the way these products look, sound and feel.\nFlores is holding onto his 15-degree 910F, but he's also testing the 15-degree 913F. He's already sold on the 913D driver.\nThis new MP-T4 wedge is forged from 1025E mild carbon steel.\nMizuno's new MP-64 forged irons were designed with Donald's input. The blade-like head allows him to shape shots, but the diamond-shaped cavity offers forgiveness in the long irons and control in shorter irons.\nPoulter bought a new Ferrari over the weekend, and he'll be using this Cobra/Ferrari driver this week. The limited-edition driver only costs $2,000\n\n. No big deal.\nSchwartzel is a Nike guy from driver through putter, and he's testing out two putters.\nSchwartzel celebrates his native country (South Africa) with this zebra headcover. It's so cute.\nSchwartzel's Nike VR Pro wedge is stamped with his initials.\nSeveral tour professionals are testing out a prototype Titleist ball.\nHarrington's driver is covered by a large bee. Reasons are unknown.\nWhile Harrington uses the FG Tour V2 irons, he opts for the more forgiving Ci11 3-iron.