What's In My Bag: Kevin Kisner\nAge: 31 | Lives: Aiken, S.C. | Story: Finished as a runner-up three times in 2015 prior to his first PGA Tour win at the RSM Classic at Sea Island.\nWhen I’m not hanging with my wife and daughter, I love fishing and hunting. I’ll turn my phone off and just forget about golf. This winter, I’m going on a big duck-hunting trip in Louisiana with David Toms. That’ll be sweet.\nOnce the West Coast swing is over, it’s time to make my move. I didn’t grow up putting on those greens, so I tend to play my best back East. I’ll plan my schedule accordingly. It worked this year: I doubled my career earnings on tour.\nSpecs: Callaway Great Big Bertha, 8.5˚ loft, Aldila Tour Green 75 shaft, X-flex, D-3 swingweight, 44⅞ inches. I switched to this driver in the fall. The clean toplines and the matte black finish fit my eye.\nSpecs: Callaway XR Pro fairway wood, 16˚ loft, Aldila NV 2KXV shaft, D-4 swing- weight, 42⅞ inches. Similar to my driver, I look for a club with great feedback.\nSpecs: Callaway Apex Utility (21˚), Callaway Apex Pro 4- through 9-iron, Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 shafts, Golf Pride Tour Velvet 58 round grips. Most irons look the same to me. So finding irons that feel right is crucial. I’ve played these for the entire year.\nSpecs: Callaway X2 Hot, Matrix Ozik Altus shaft, X-flex, 18˚ loft. The first time I hit this club was on the course. My first two shots rolled to within a foot. Ever since, I’ve never hit this on the range. Just on the course.\nSpecs: Callaway Mack Daddy 2 (47˚, 52˚, 58˚), Nippon WV125 shafts. Callaway’s Roger Cleveland built these after watching me practice. I rose 100 spots (to 21st) in scrambling last season.\nSpecs: Odyssey White Hot Pro #7, 34¼ inches, 3.5˚ loft, SuperStroke \nXL 2.0 grip. This is the same style I’ve used since college. I like the way my hands work with the oversize, non-tapered grip.\nMy only superstition: I mark my Titleist Pro V1x with a quarter -- always heads up.\nMy caddie, Duane Bock, is the man. Someone created a Twitter account about his calves last year. Hilarious!\nMost of my time off the course is spent with my wife, Brittany, and our 16-month-old daughter, Kate. Love ’em!