Tour Players' Good Luck Charms

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Tour Players' Good Luck Charms

March 13, 2014

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YANI TSENG

Lucky charms: 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!

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GARY WOODLAND

I'm from Topeka, Kan., and played a lot at Topeka Country Club, so I use this pencil to write down my scores. I also have a divot tool from the club. I've used it since high school and have had it so long the logo is worn off. Using these is part superstition and part routine.

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SCOTT STALLINGS

This unusual-looking range token is what I use to mark my ball. I was with Brad Rose, my swing coach, at an event when I needed a marker. He threw me this. Then I won at The Greenbrier, so I've kept using it ever since. Am I superstitious? If it works.

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RUSSELL HENLEY

I'm big on having routines, keeping everything the same and simple. I wouldn't call it superstitious, but I'll always mark my ball with a quarter and point it heads up.

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HARRIS ENGLISH

At the beginning of the year, my mom gathered together a bunch of quarters with 1960s dates to use as ball markers. With the way 2012 went, there's no chance I'm changing that up.

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KEEGAN BRADLEY

My main passion off the course is Boston sports teams. I'm a huge fan of the Celtics, Red Sox, Patriots and Bruins. One of the coolest parts of the past year has been getting to know the athletes I've grown up admiring.

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JIM FURYK

Mucho Dinero: I use a quarter to mark my ball, but I carry this Mexican coin in my bag as a reminder of where I've been. I got it when I was on the Nike Tour in 1993. I won that year, my first victory as a pro.

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MARC LEISHMAN

Ever since I made it out here on the PGA Tour, I've used the Australian one-dollar coin to mark my ball on the green. I like the kangaroos, and it's just a cool slice of home. You'll see the Australian boxing kangaroo on my bag, too.

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STEVE MARINO

At the pro-am in the 2008 AT&T National, they had a service-member caddie for you, and this Marine gave me his division coin, and it's pretty sweet. I've been using it to mark my ball in tournaments since.

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