Titleist players often have Bob Vokey (or his right-hand man, Aaron Dill) personalize their wedges by stamping names or initials on the back. Tringale, however, prefers random words or phrases, in this case "Chicken Sandwich" on his 48-degree wedge. The reason is, well, no reason. Tringale comes up with different words or sayings every time he gets new wedges.
Brendon Todd's wedges
Todd's 60-degree wedge from Fourteen Golf is 35.25 inches long and has 10 degrees bounce. The head is a custom grind to give him the look at address he prefers as well as the sole shape he wants for pitching and bunker play.
Hunter Mahan's irons and wedges
Mahan is the rare tour pro whose wedge model matches his iron set (Ping's i25). Mahan prefers the i25 over the company's Tour wedges because he can get more bounce (which he says helps prevent digging on pitch shots) while maintaining the desired sole width.
Bubba Watson's driver
Bubba started using a pink True Temper BiMatrx shaft in 2004, but it wasn't until the 2012 Farmers Insurance Open that he had a pink clubhead to match. That was Ping's G20 model, and the company has made pink clubheads for the two-time Masters champ ever since, including this one, which is Ping's new G30 model.
Kevin Na's wedges
No, Na's Titleist Vokey wedges aren't a tribute to the song by Steam that later became a popular crowd chant at sporting events. It's merely Na's last name repeated 15 times.