Tour Players' Good Luck Charms\nTo celebrate St. Patrick's Day, we've compiled a gallery of good luck charms that Tour players carry in their bags. Is it superstition? Not if it works.\nLucky 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!\nI'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.\nThis 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.\nI'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.\nAt 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.\nMy 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.\nMucho 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.\nEver 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.\nAt 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.