What's In My Bag: Yani Tseng\nAge: 22 | Resides: Lake Nona, Fla. | Story:The youngest player to win five majors. Has earned more than $6 million in prize money.\nHERE TO STAY\n\n My goal this season was to become No. 1 in the world, so when that happened after four events, I was shocked. My new goal is to stay here for a long time. There are many good players chasing me.\n\n I try not to think about that too much and just have fun out there.\nFEEL PLAYER\n\n I don't practice on launch monitors. I don't really understand them, and I don't care about my numbers and specs. If a club feels good, it's all good.\n\n SWINGING HARD\n\n I started playing golf when I was 5, and for the first year or so, my coach, Tony Kao, told me to just swing as hard as I could with the driver. So I hit it hard, and the ball went high, low, left, right—everywhere. For a kid, that was so much fun. It helped me learn to create speed, and it made me great at trouble shots, because I had to play the ball wherever it ended up.\nLUCKY CHARMS\n\n One of my charms is this bird I got in Australia earlier this year. I was hoping that it would help bring me some birdies. It has!\nIN THE CARDS\n\n My coach, Gary Gilchrist, has been working with me on staying positive between shots, so I write down inspirational things on cards that I keep in my bag and look at during the round.\nA PIECE OF HOME\n\n This is my ratty 3-wood headcover, a birthday present from my family. It says Nini, which is the nickname my friends and family call me back home.\nNUTTY BOOST\n\n Almonds are good for energy, and I love chocolate, so I like to carry these Meiji bars in my bag for a snack late in the round. Of course, sometimes they're better to eat early in the round. I wouldn't want them to melt!\nDRIVER\n\n My driver is the Adams Speedline 9032LS (10 degrees, 45 inches, Fujikura Motore 65 F1, S-flex). All my grips are Golf Pride Tour Velvet Ribbed Cord 60.\nFAIRWAY WOOD\n\n I use a 15-degree Adams Speedline Classic 3-wood (Fujikura Rombax 6W06 S-flex shaft). I have a very high ball flight, so it's enough loft.\nWEDGES\n\n I use Callaway X-Forged wedges. My 52-degree model has 12 degrees of bounce, and the 58-degree has 9 degrees of bounce (Nippon 950R shafts). Both have a four-leaf clover and Yani8 inscribed on them. Eight is considered a lucky number in Asia.\nHYBRIDS\n\n I love my Adams Idea a7 PNT 3- and 4-hybrids (20 and 22 degrees, Fujikura E270 HB, S-flex). They're not new, but I hit them really well from all kinds of lies.\nPUTTER\n\n I used to play a mallet, but I've had this TaylorMade Daytona Ghost in my bag for the past year. It's 33 inches, and I think the white color is cool. It helps me line up.\nIRONS\n\n These Adams Idea Tech a4 Tour irons (4 through pitching wedge, Nippon N.S. Pro 950R, men's standard length) suit me well. They look traditional but have a lot of technology.