What's In My Bag: Billy Horschel\nAge: 29 | Lives: Jacksonville Beach, Fla. | Story: A three-time winner and 2014 FedEx Cup champion\nParsons Xtreme Golf was started by GoDaddy.com founder, Bob Parsons. There are six of us playing PXG on the PGA Tour.\nI tested these clubs for the first time in July at Sea Island with my coach, Todd Anderson, and fitter, Craig Allan. We looked at the TrackMan data, and I was impressed. When Zach Johnson called me, I told him: I’m making the switch. I know he made his own decision, but I was happy to give him my input.\nSpecs: PXG 0811, 10˚, Project X Hzrdus, 65 grams, X-flex, 45.25 inches, D-4. Initially I put the weights forward to control my spin. But after practicing in more tournament-like situations, I moved the weight back and toward the heel to get more draw from my ball flight.\nSpecs: PXG 0341 (14˚, 17˚) Project X Hzrdus shafts, 75 grams, X-flex, D-3 swingweight. Any pro will tell you: Woods are tough to change. But these are easy to flight. I can hit a high, soft shot into greens on par 5s or hit a flat cut if I need to.\nSpecs: PXG 0311T, 3- and 5-iron through pitching wedge, True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shafts, Golf Pride V55 FC 58 grips. The feel is what stands out in the irons. It’s a combo of a firm yet soft feel off the face.\nSpecs: PXG 0311: 52˚, 56˚ and 60˚, True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shafts.\nOn my 60-degree, I worked with the people at PXG to design it, and they milled the head to my specs. So I can get a duplicate any time.\nSpecs: PXG Brandon 2, 35 inches, 4˚ loft, 71˚ lie, 338-gram putterhead. My putter has always been a money club. I thought I’d ask PXG’s designers to build me a putter, but the looks in this stock putter were sharp. The clean sightlines help me repeat my setup.\nEveryone knows how big of a Florida Gators fan I am. Before every round, I mark UF’s team colors on each Titleist Pro V1x.\nWhen I got this 1936 silver quarter from a Checkers Drive-In in college, I knew it was cool. I had just lost a 1986 one, the year I was born, so it was perfect timing.\nI’m not superstitious. But I stick with what works. I’ve used this divot-repair tool since the mini-tours.\nYou should want to look good on the course. Go for bold over bland. It gives me confidence. I love RLX Golf’s line of clothes. Don’t shy away from different!\nI really want to rep the USA in the Ryder Cup this year like I did in 2007 at the Walker Cup. Rickie Fowler and I won our foursomes matches, and I’d like to do it again.\nThis is a huge year for me. Playing in a Ryder Cup in the States would be a dream. Also, to represent USA in the Olympics is a goal. But at the end of the day, most important are my wife, Brittany, and baby girl, Skylar.