Gear On Tour: Frys.com Open\nWhat players are using this week at CordeValle\nAfter months of seeking input from tour players who use the Ghost Spider, TaylorMade is ready to unveil their Ghost Spider S, which is 20 percent smaller than its predecessor.\nAlthough it's 20 percent smaller than the Ghost Spider, the Ghost Spider S has similar MOI characteristics.\nAdams' latest hybrid has a "velocity slot" on the sole (near the face) that is designed to increase CT, thereby increasing launch angle and ball speed.\nInterchangeable top plates allow golfers to select one of 11 different alignment designs.\nA "velocity slot" on the crown is designed to further increase CT.\nSpeaking of new technology, Mike Weir apparently doesn't believe in it. He's still using these beat-up TaylorMade r9 irons.\nIndeed, Weir's bag represents a hodgepodge of manufacturers. The lefty uses a TaylorMade driver and woods, Adams' woods, TaylorMade irons and Titleist wedges.\nTeater stamps his Vokey wedges with "We do birdies." Inspirational, no?\nIf you ever bump into Kevin Kisner, just call him "Kiz."\nThe 28-year-old Kisner pays homage to his alma mater with this Georgia Bulldog headcover.\nTeater carries three Vokey SM4 wedges (a 52-, 56- and 60-degree) but is trying out a prototype 60-degree this week.\nSpeaking of college-inspired headcovers, Matt Hill, a 24-year-old Canadian golfer, played college golf at North Carolina State University. (He won the NCAA individual title in 2009.)\nTrahan uses lead tape to achieve the proper weighting in his Vokey SM4 wedges. The 31-year-old went to Clemson University and won the U.S. Amateur Public Links in 2000.