Gear On Tour: Shriners Open\nWhat players are using at the Fall Finish opener in Las Vegas\nThe new ProType Forged iX milled putters have inserts.\nThe sole of the ProType has two weight ports that accommodate 15-gram or 20-gram weights, allowing golfers to adjust between 340 and 360 grams of head weight.\nJohn Daly's famous motto, "GRIP IT N' RIP IT," is sewn into his golf bag.\nA closeup look at Odyssey's prototype ProType Forged iX milled putter. In addition to the #1 model (shown), this series of putters has four other head shapes.\nThe long-hitting Californian uses TaylorMade MB irons and RBZ woods.\nDaly has been using this lion headcover for years.\nThis little guy's crazy shirt matches his owner's Loudmouth outfits.\nThe Southern Californian has his nickname, "Hoff," stamped into his Vokey Spin Milled wedges.\nBilly Hurley III earned his status on the PGA Tour by finishing 25th on the 2011 Nationwide Tour money list. Prior to becoming a professional golfer, the 30-year-old was a Lieutenant in the United States Navy. Check out his Naval Academy goat headcover. Cute.\nWho wouldn't want a word like "flames" etched into all of their wedges?\nThe 40-year-old has his initials engraved in his wedges.\nMartin's Nike putter has a face that combines soft polymer and milled steel grooves.\nMartin is currently the head coach of the men's golf team at the University of Oregon (hence the headcovers) and uses the Nike VR Pro Combo irons.\nThe face of Tringale's Scotty Cameron putter is 100 percent milled.\nMediate stamps the following saying on the sole of his Scotty Cameron putter: "Wherever I may roam..." How...peaceful.\nSpeaking of cool-looking putters, Tringale's custom Scotty Cameron is certainly colorful.