What's In My Bag: Mackenzie Hughes\nMackenzie Hughes was a wire-to-wire winner of the 2016 RSM Classic as a PGA Tour rookie. From driver to putter see what he brings to the course.\nMACKENZIE HUGHESAGE: 26LIVES: CharlotteSTORY: Wire-to-wire winner of the 2016 RSM Classic as a PGA Tour rookie. \n\nFAMILY GAMEGolf wasn't a year-round sport growing up in Canada. I learned to play on a short course at my home club, Dundas Valley Golf and Curling Club, in Ontario. My parents were beginners, too, and we all started together.\n\nQUICK STUDYI was ready to spend my first year on tour learning the courses and establishing my routine. Winning was great, but it definitely changes your expectations on the fly. —With Matthew Rudy\n\nDRIVERSPECS: Ping G400 LST (8.5˚), Project X HZRDUS T1100 75g X-flex, 44.75 inches, D-3 swingweight\n\nI put the new Ping G400 in play the first week I got it, at the Travelers. It was a lot more consistent for me. I'm hitting it farther and straighter, which is a good combination. \nFAIRWAY WOODSSPECS: Ping G 3-wood (13.5˚), Aldila 2KNV Green 75TX shaft; G400 7-wood (20.5˚), Aldila NV Green 85TX shaft; D-2 swingweight\n\nDepending on conditions, I switch between a 5-wood and 7-wood. With the 7-wood, I can be in deep rough 200 out and smash down on it and get it out. \nWEDGESSPECS: Ping Glide 2.0 52˚ SS, 56˚ SS and 60˚ WS. True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts\n\nThe Ping guys surprised me last fall with these maple-leaf initials etched on the back of my wedges. It's a really nice touch. Looks classy. \nIRONSSPECS: Ping S55 4-iron through PW, Project X 6.5 shafts. Golf Pride New Decade Multicompound \n60R grips \n\nI've had these for three years: for my first PGA Tour win and the Web.com Price Cutter Charity Championship win, which got me my card. \nPUTTERSPECS: Ping PLD Piper C, 35 inches. Ping PP58 Full Cord Midsize grip \n\nIt took some tweaking with lead tape and the grip, but I found the right combination four years ago, and I've used a similar model since.\nLOVE LETTERSI mark my Titleist Pro V1 with my wife's initials (Jenna Renee Hughes). We met freshman year and got married in 2016. \nLOONIE TUNEI use a Canadian dollar coin to mark my ball. Yes, it's really called a loonie, for the bird on one side. Our $2 coin? You guessed it. It's called a toonie. \nHOME AWAY FROM HOMEKent State coach Herb Page is Canadian, and the team had three Canadian guys I knew. I had a great four years there. \nGOING LOWWhen I shot 61 at the RSM, I was thinking about 59 by the 12th tee. \nI knew I was playing well, so I stayed aggressive. It was a fun thing. \nSTAR-STRUCKOne big difference between the Web.com and the PGA Tour? The pro-ams. At Pebble Beach, I played with NFL quarterback Alex Smith and met Justin Timberlake.