Gear On Tour: Waste Management Open\nA glimpse of what players are using this week in Phoenix\nBubba Watson switched to Ping's new G25 fairway wood in the offseason. Although the club says it is 16.5 degrees its actual loft is 15 degrees.\nBubba Watson's Ping G25 4 wood Fujikura Tour Spec graphite shaft is 42 inches in length. Watson likes his name or likeness on virtually all his equipment (including tees) so it is no surprise the shaft has a caricature of Watson on it.\nCleveland Golf's Classic XL fairway wood has one of the largest face areas of any fairway wood in golf, as this side-angle view shows.\nBen Crane's Titleist staff bag houses a trio of Titleist's new 913 woods. It also promotes Crane's website.\nCrane's Titleist AP2 irons are the 712 version. The difference between this version and the previous one is that weight was added in the heel and toe areas to provide more consistent ball speeds across a larger portion of the face.\nCrane uses a 7.5-degree Titleist 913D2 adjustable driver. The D2 model is slightly larger in head size than the D3 version and spins slightly less than the 910D2 Crane previously used.\nBen Crane's bag with Titleist irons & Vokey wedges.\nMarc Leishman's newer custom 60-degree Vokey wedge is bent to 62 degrees.\nMarc Leishman uses a well-rusted, 48-degree Titleist Vokey Spin Milled C-C wedge with 10 degrees of bounce. The rust on the club is due to the fact Leishman prefers a "raw" finish as opposed to a chrome or stain finish.\nKyle Stanley signed with Nike this off season and is playing 14 Nike clubs. Among them, the new VR_S Covert driver. "The first time I saw the Covert driver I wasn't sure I was going to like the red color, but that concern went away pretty quick," said Stanley. "The shape of the head fits me eye. It just frames the ball nicely and doesn't leave any doubt in my mind."\nStanley's customized Nike VR Pro 52-degree "Do" wedge features surface roughness between the grooves which help add spin.\nAlthough Kyle Stanley's 7-iron says Pro Combo, it is, in reality, very close to the rest of the VR Pro blades in his iron set.\nAh, now we get it. Stanley's customized Nike VR Pro 60-degree wedge has the word, "Son" engraved on it, meaning his three wedges spell out "Do Work Son," a phrase you can find in the urban dictionary.\nStanley's Nike VR Pro 56-degree wedge has the word "Work" engraved on it. We're not sure if that is a command or a plea.\nThis tour-only Scotty Cameron by Titleist GoLo Knucklehead putter features a shaft neck considerably longer than other such Cameron putters.\nScotty Cameron CT Knucklehead GoLo "longneck" and a standard neck comparison.\nPhil Mickelson put Callaway's Razr Fit Xtreme driver in play for the first time at the Waste Management Phoenix Open and used it to shoot 60 in his first competitive round with it. The loft on the club says 9.5 degrees but its actual finished loft is 8.1 degrees. A 3-gram weight in the heel and a 5-gram weight in the toe help promote a fade bias -- something Lefty was looking for to help reduce misses to the right. The shaft is a Mitsubishi Fubuki.\nPadraig Harrington's new equipment at the WM Open is his new eyeglasses!