Gear On Tour: Tampa Bay Championship\nA glimpse of what players are using this week at Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor, Fla.\nPark doesn't stick with just one brand. His bag includes Adams hybrids, Titleist irons and an Odyssey putter.\nStallings' Titleist Vokey TVD 60-degree wedge is custom-stamped with his wife's and son's initials.\n\n See what else is in Scott Stalling's Bag\nPark customizes his Adams' hybrid with the Korean flag.\nPark's Adams Idea Pro a12 hybrid has a compact head for easier shot-shaping.\nAll of Kohles' Titleist Vokey wedges are custom-stamped with his initials and special reminders. This one says, "Mind The Gap".\nThis Titleist Vokey wedge is custom-stamped with "Olde English".\nThis Titleist Vokey wedge is custom-stamped with "Lob City".\nDaly has customized Warrior wedges.\nNow you can support your alma mater with customized graphics on True Temper shafts. Perhaps Rickie Fowler, Hunter Mahan or Casey Wittenberg would like to put this OSU design in play.\nTitleist had their Scotty Cameron GoLo 5 (left) and GoLo Tour Only out for testing. The weight ports on the soles of these putters are customizable.\nThe GoLo Tour Only (left) and GoLo 5 look very different at address.\nWeekley uses the TaylorMade R1 driver and TaylorMade RBZ Tour 4 wood. He also uses the Cleveland 588 irons (4-9) with Aldila prototype shafts. His wedges are Cleveland 588 RTX (raw finish) with True Temper Dynamic Golf S-400 shafts.\nWeekley's bag has a mix of TaylorMade and Cleveland clubs.\nSeeMore's new Z-series features milled blade putters that have unique shapes.\nThe winner of last week's Puerto Rico Open with his Nike golf clubs.\n\nRead E. Michael Johnson on Scott Brown's winner's bag.\nBrown is using a Nike prototype Method putter.\nTeater's custom-stamped Titleist Vokey TVD wedge is a nod to Si from Duck Dynasty, "Get in the hole, Jack!"\nBrown's Nike VR Pro wedge is stamped with his initials.