Gear On Tour: BMW Championship\nWhat players are using for the season's third playoff event\nFive models of Odyssey's new ProType Forged iX milled putters, along with a weight kit, were available on the practice green. The kit has two 10-gram weights, two 15-gram weights and two 20-gram weights, allowing golfers to adjust between 340 and 360 grams of head weight.\nOdyssey's ProType Forged iX putters are available in three head shapes, and the one shown here is called #9.\nTwo weights on the sole of each putter are interchangeable for precise customization.\nThe face of the ProType Forged iX putter has Odyssey's White Hot insert.\nThe toe in this line of putters slopes upward, making it taller than the rest of the head.\nFowler uses a custom-built Scotty Cameron putter, which, of course, is stamped with his trademark orange color.\nScott's Titleist 710 MB irons and Vokey SM4 wedges are stamped with his initials, and he uses lead tape on one of his irons.\nAlthough Scott was recently seen practicing with a standard-length putter, he's been using this broomstick-length putter for quite some time now.\nEls was practicing with two 60-degree wedges; one with lead tape and one without.\nScott's custom Cameron Kombi putter has a center-shafted weld neck.\nUnlike Adam Scott, who stamps his wedge with his initials once, Kevin Na's wedge is stamped multiple times. It's impossible to see this and NOT start singing, "Na na na na. Na na na na. Hey hey hey. Goodbye."\nTiger uses the Nike One Tour D golf ball, and it's stamped with his name.\nTiger has been wearing the Nike TW '13 since last June. Tiger had asked Nike to design a shoe that resembles the athletic training shoes he wears off the course.\nPerez calls this the "Douple P" headcover (available for drivers and hybrids). He\n\nsells them on his website\n\n.\nTiger has been using the Nike Method putter since the 2010 British Open. Prior to that, he'd won 13 major championships using the same Scotty Cameron Newport.\nOgilvy is one of many players using Titleist's new 913F fairway wood.