What's In My Bag: William McGirt\nWilliam McGirt won the 2016 Memorial, his first PGA Tour win in 165 starts. From driver to putter find out what he carries in his bag.\nWILLIAM MCGIRTAGE: 37LIVES: Boiling Springs, S.C.STORY: Won the 2016 Memorial, his first PGA Tour win in 165 starts.\n\nROAD LESS TRAVELEDSeven years after playing mini-tours, I earned my PGA Tour card through Q school. It's hard to sum up what it means to be called a PGA Tour winner. \n\nWith Stephen Hennessey\nPROTECTING MY MONEYMAKERSWhen I travel now, I screw all the clubheads off my woods and keep them in a hard suitcase. After a flight a couple years ago, my travel bag looked like it had been run over by a truck. I can't let that happen again. \nDRIVERSPECS: TaylorMade M2, 8.5˚, Fujikura Speeder Evolution 661 shaft, X-flex, 45½ inches, D-3 \n\nMost pros look for a club that launches high with low spin. I previously used a driver with 2 degrees more loft to find that ball flight. With this lower-lofted driver, I can launch it high with increased ball speed. \nFAIRWAY WOODSSPECS: TaylorMade M2 (13˚, 43 inches, D-3½ swingweight), TaylorMade M1 2017 (17.5˚, 42½ inches, D-3½). Fujikura ATMOS Red shafts, X-flex\n\nI dented my 5-wood in practice a couple years ago, so it has been a long search for a replacement. I've found one this year I can land soft on the green. I'll swap in a hybrid sometimes, too.\nIRONSSPECS: Srixon Z U45 (3-iron and 4-iron). Srixon Z 745 (5-iron through pitching wedge). Nippon N.S. Tour 105 S shafts, two to three pieces of lead tape, 1˚ upright, Elite grips\n\nThese utility irons are super-forgiving yet still allow me to work the ball. I'm pretty stubborn about changing my irons: I switched to the new Z 765s for a bit, but I'm back to my old gamers. For a steep swinger, those 765s are great at sliding through the turf. We need to dial them in. \nWEDGESSPECS: Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 (54˚, 60˚). Nippon N.S. Pro WV125 shafts \n\nDon't try to play a shot you haven't practiced a bunch. Down the stretch at the Memorial, I trusted my go-to short-game shots to save pars when I needed to. \nPUTTERSPECS: Scotty Cameron 009 prototype, 35 inches \n\nI figured Jordan Spieth made everything with this style putter, so I've been giving it a try since last year. It's all about looks for me: If you like the look, you have confidence.\nMY ONLY SUPERSTITIONIt's funny: The past two new Z-Star ball releases, I've finished T-7 the first time I've put them in play. It's become a joke with me and the Srixon tour reps. \nSWING AIDI tend to be a steep swinger with my irons. So I'll use this Orange Whip training aid to make sure my swing is how I want it.\nMY GO-TO TOOLI've had this divot-repair tool since the 2003 North Carolina Amateur. I have to file the ends regularly to keep them dull. I have another from Baltusrol, where I finshed T-10 last year.\nI KNOW JACKI'll never forget the trophy presentation with Nicklaus last year. Jack and I now have a personal connection, which is an awesome thing to say. \nHOLD IT CLOSEIt brings me no bigger joy than to call myself a father. My wife, Sarah, and I have been through a lot in my career. But No. 1 is our kids. \nA LEGENDARY ENCOUNTERThis is something our family won't forget. Last year before Bay Hill, Arnold Palmer met with us and asked to hold our baby girl, Caroline. So special.