The 119th playing of the United States' National Championship takes place at Pebble Beach this week, and it is set to live up to the event's reputation as being the ultimate examination of a golfer's game.
With an event as iconic as this, the golfing brands are bound to bring out all the stops to make sure their players, and us fans, will look the part and celebrate this great championship.
Follow along here for daily updates on the player's equipment, accessories and limited edition gear direct from Pebble Beach!
US Open Giveaway
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What They're Wearing
DJ Looks For Redemption
Adidas' team of staffers, including World Number Two Dustin Johnson, will be heading to Pebble Beach this week looking to take the major crown from Nike, who have dressed the last 6 major winners.
Johnson has a fantastic record at Pebble Beach and will be looking to make amends after a disastrous final round prevented him from winning the US Open there in 2010. He will be wearing the new Tour360 XT Parley shoes this week along with clothes from the Ultimate365 collection.
Puma Player Scripting Gallery
Peter Millar Scripting
Makers of luxury golfing apparel Peter Millar have released their player scriptings for this year's US Open, featuring Crown Crafted pieces from their SS19 Collection.
Among their staff is American Brandt Snedeker, who is a two-time winner of the AT&T Pro-Am at Pebble Beach, as well as finishing in the Top 10 the last time it held the US Open in 2010. Snedeker fired a second-round 60 last week at the Canadian Open and so could be one to watch.
Spieth's Seaside Scripting
3 time major winner and Under Armour ambassador Jordan Spieth will be back among the favourites when he tees it up at Pebble Beach this week, having recovered from a poor run of form over the last 12 months.
The American will be sporting a full wardrobe of Under Armour gear, including his Spieth 3 shoes, in a blue theme which reflects Pebble Beach's location as one of the most picturesque seaside courses in the world.
What They're Using
Rory's Successful Wedge Switch
At around 7,000 yards Pebble Beach is one of the shortest courses that the players will visit this season. As a result, Rory McIlroy surmised that he would have plenty of approaches to the green at around 100-150 yards, and so decided to place more emphasis on this area of the bag.
Rory usually carries three wedges in his set up but made the decision to add another, closing the gap between each wedge to 4 degrees (48,52,56,60) for more precision. He opted for the Milled Grind model in the 48 degree pitching wedge, and the Hi-Toe model for the remaining three.
In order to get used to the new setup he first put them in play at the RBC Canadian Open, where he blitzed the field by 7 strokes. Perfect Pebble preparation?
Double Delight For Mickelson
Never one to shy away from a bold decision when it comes to his equipment, Phil Mickelson is looking to roll back the years in his quest for the career Grand Slam. In 2006, Lefty won both the BellSouth Classic and Masters Tournament in successive weeks with two different drivers in the bag, one for draws and one for fades.
For Pebble Beach, he is adopting the same philosophy again. This time, he'll have one driver for hitting controllable cuts, or 'fairway finders', and another for maximum distance, or 'bombs' as he calls them. Both drivers will be Callaway Epic Flash models, both set at 8.5 degrees, but with different shaft lengths to create the two different ball flights. Whether it works remains to be seen, but it's clear that Phil has not yet given up on finally winning that US Open title.
Titleist Irons In Tour Validation Stage
Jimmy Walker will be one of the first golfers to get his hands on the new 2019 iron range from Titleist, opting to put the 620 MB model in his bag heading to Pebble Beach. It is not known whether he will actually tee it up with the clubs come Thursday, but having used them in practice this week it's a good indication that he must have been impressed.
Titleist insist on a Tour Validation stage with nearly all of their products to ensure that they are suitable for the needs of even the best golfers in the world, and live up to their very exacting standards. Find out more about all three of the new irons by reading our news article here.
Special Edition Gear
TaylorMade Staff Bag And Accessories
The team at TaylorMade are paying tribute to Pebble Beach's centenary year with this special edition staff bag and headcovers, which also feature references to Monterey's famous 17 mile drive and the iconic Cypress Tree on Pebble Beach's 18th hole.
FJ Flex Shoes Go Patriotic
To celebrate this week's US Open, FootJoy has announced a limited edition release of their new Flex golf shoe. Tour staffers including Ian Poulter and Bernd Wiesberger will be wearing the shoe - which features a red, white and blue colourway to honour the United States' National Championship - whilst practising and away from the course too.
We took the new Flex shoes out to Spain for some warm weather testing not long ago, and we were pretty impressed by their breathability and comfort. There's a full, in-depth review coming very soon so stay tuned to Golfalot for that to get the complete verdict!
Odyssey Toulon Pebble Beach Putter
Two words... Yes. Please.
Callaway's Bag And Accessories Commemorate Pebble
The staff bag and accompanying headcovers come with a design that features classic cars, iconic crooners including Bing Crosby, and his famous clambake, in a nod to the history of the Pebble Beach area.
Ping Perfect For Pebble