What's In My Bag: Graeme McDowell\nAge: 36 | Lives: Orlando | Story: Won the 2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. The OHL Classic at Mayakoba title in November was his third victory on the PGA Tour.\nGoing out first against Jordan Spieth at the 2014 Ryder Cup was a big role. Sometimes when you want something so bad, you get in your own way. I got down early, but I kept trying to win the next hole and extend the match. Eventually, it turned around, and I won, 2 and 1.\n\nWith E. Michael Johnson\nI built a wine cellar in my house. It holds a couple hundred bottles. I’m not a wine expert, but I have an appreciation for it.\nSpecs: Callaway Optiforce 440, 9.5˚, 44.75 inches, Mitsubishi Diamana W-Series 50 shaft, X-flex, D-3 swingweight. I changed drivers mid-event at Mayakoba back to this one. I’ve used it more than any other the last couple of years.\nSpecs: Srixon Z F45, 13˚(42.5 inches) and 17˚(42 inches), Miyazaki Kusala Indigo shafts, X-flex, D-4 swingweight. The shafts are shorter than standard. That makes the swingweight too light, so I added lead tape to the soles of both woods.\nSpecs: Adams Idea a7 PNT, 22˚, Miyazaki Kusala Indigo 83 shaft, X-flex. In my bag for eight years, it’s a bit battered and bruised. A good go-to club.\nSpecs: Srixon Z 745 (4-iron through 9-iron), Project X 6.5 flighted shafts, Golf Pride Tour Velvet 60 grips, D-3 swingweight. I’m a muscle-back guy. I like how they set up. I’ve used flighted shafts for about 15 years.\nSpecs: Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 (48˚, 52˚) and Cleveland 588 RTX (58˚), Project X 6.5 Flighted shafts. I don’t like to get into funky grinds with my wedges. It’s too difficult to duplicate when you get a new set of wedges.\nSpecs: Odyssey White Hot #7, 34 inches, 4˚ loft. I won the 2010 U.S. Open with this putter, so it holds a lot of good memories. I tried a different putter last year, but then I went through a process of simplifying things. Going back to old faithful was a big part of that.\nI use six to nine Srixon Z-Star XV balls a round. On a course where I use more wedges, I tend to tear them up a bit more.\nThis Swiss Army knife is helpful when the tailor has sewn the back pockets of a new pair of trousers.\nBaker’s Bay is a resort in the Bahamas. We’re starting to build a house there, and when I need extra motivation, this bag reminds me I need to work hard so we can finish it.\nI’m part owner of Nona Blue, a restaurant in Orlando that opened in 2013. A second one is set to open in Ponte Vedra Beach, and I hope to have it going by the Players in May.