What's In My Bag: Cody Gribble\nCody Gribble was a member of the 2012 NCAA-champion Texas Longhorns and won the Sanderson Farms Championship in 2016. From driver to putter see what he carries in his bag.\nAGE: 26LIVES: DallasSTORY: Member of 2012 NCAA-champion Texas Longhorns; won 2016 Sanderson Farms Championship.\n\nHARD WORKERAfter freshman year I was burned out on playing golf, so I worked at Brook Hollow Golf Club mowing fairways and cutting cups. It was therapeutic, and I'll probably do it again at some point. It was that much fun. \n\nTOUGH CHOICEThe NCAA will be my greatest achievement of all time—more than my first tour win. It's something I get chills just talking about now. I can't see how that can ever be beat. \n\n–With E. Michael Johnson\n\nDRIVERSPECS: Callaway GBB Epic, \n8.5˚, 45⅛ inches, Fujikura Pro 73x TS X-flex, D-3.5 swingweight\n\nMy old Nike driver had a fade bias, but this has a slight draw bias, so I put the movable weight out on the toe to compensate. The hosel is set so it opens the face. I'm left-handed and don't want the ball to go right.\nFAIRWAY WOODSPECS: Callaway GBB Epic Sub Zero, 13.8˚, Fujikura Pro 73x TS X-flex, 42⅝ inches, D-3.5 \nswingweight I recently changed to the Sub Zero model. I need a fairway wood that gives me plenty of spin and height going into par 5s, and this does that.\nHYBRIDSPECS: Callaway Apex, 18˚, Fujikura Motore Speeder TS 8.8, D-3.6 swingweight\nThis hybrid has been a terrific addition. It's unreal out of the rough. I can hit all kinds of shots with it. Really versatile.\nIRONSSPECS: Callaway Apex Pro 3-iron (pictured); Callaway Apex MB '18 4- through 9-iron. True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts, Golf Pride Tour Velvet 58 round grips\n\nMy teacher, Randy Smith, got me into blades. When you pure a shot, the feel can't be matched.\nWEDGESSPECS: Callaway MD3 (46˚); Nike Engage (53˚); Callaway MD3 Milled (59˚) (pictured), True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shafts \n\nI've bent my pitching wedge from 48 to 46 degrees. My lob wedge has a straight leading edge, but not so sharp that it digs. \nPUTTERSPECS: Odyssey Toulon Design Austin, 2.5˚ degrees of loft, cut to 34½ inches\n\nI wanted a soft feel, but not marshmallow-like. The shallow milling on the face offers the feel I like. The burnt orange "T" is for my University of Texas Longhorns. \nMR. CLEANI don't mark my Callaway Chrome Soft X. I like the clean look and never run into an issue because everyone else puts a mark on their ball. \nLONG STAR PROUDI'm not superstitious, but I like my University of Texas coins. They have a nice weight. I also use Texas quarters, I like getting those in change.\nQUICK FIXSometimes I crack a nail or some skin. This quick-drying glue gets me back in action in a hurry.\nSMOOTH MOVEA lot was made of me tapping the tail of this gator on the sixth hole at Bay Hill, but I'd done it before. I wasn't afraid of it. He looked like he needed some exercise. \nNICE CATCHI love getting away from the course to do some fishing. I caught this six-pounder in April on a small lake in east Texas. In the offseason, I'm either hunting or catching red fish and speckled trout.