Winner's bag: What Sang-Moon Bae used to win the Open

Sang-Moon Bae had a couple of key clubs during his win at the season-opening Open -- his driver and his putter.

The driver is Callaway's Big Bertha V Series and Bae's win was the sixth for the club worldwide since it was introduced at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in August. The 9-degree club is 45 inches in length with the OptiFit hosel set to minus 1 degree of loft with a neutral directional setting. The shaft is Graphite Design's MJ7 x-flex.

The putter, however, is truly intriguing. Bae put the Odyssey Damascus Grand in play to start the year after picking it up in Japan during his off-season. The 345-gram club is made from Damascus steel, which is the same type of steel used to make samurai swords. The limited edition putter -- only 350 were produced and were available only in Japan -- features a striped pattern head.


BALL: Callaway Speed Regime 3

DRIVER: Callaway Big Bertha V Series (Graphite Design MJ7), 9 degrees

3-WOOD: Callaway Diablo Octane Tour, 15 degrees

HYBRID: Callaway X Hot Pro, 18 degrees

IRONS (4-PW): Callaway Razr X MB

WEDGES: Callaway X Forged (52, 56, 60 degrees)

PUTTER: Odyssey Damascus Grand