Equipment is accurate as of the Hero World Challenge (12/1/16).

Driver: TaylorMade M2 (9.5 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Rayon Tensei CK Pro White 70TX

3 Wood: TaylorMade M1 (15 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Rayon Tensei CK Pro White 90TX

5 Wood: TaylorMade M1 (19 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Rayon Tensei CK Pro White 90TX

Irons: Nike VR Pro (3-PW)
Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100

Wedges: Nike VR Forged (56 and 60)
Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400

Putter: Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS

Golf Ball: Bridgestone B330S

WITB Notes: Tiger was spotted testing multiple fairway woods, including a TaylorMade M1 T3 (14 degrees) and TaylorMade M2 at the 2016 Hero World Challenge.

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  1. Really struggling with accuracy…..might see a Nike driver
    in the bag by weeks end. Driver swing looks different, could be just me but seemed more comfortable with short swings.

  2. Hoping he does well, also hoping he doesn’t spray that
    TM driver 80 yards right like Camilo did all week in
    the last PGA tourney. He should be playing the 975D to put it in the short stuff :-) The Irons and Scotty be pure, hoping he plays good, good for golf.

  3. A couple of observations
    – I’m surprised he’s carrying a driver. Pretty sure low and forward will still result in high and right.
    – Drop the 5 wood for a chipper.

  4. I’m not much for watching golf as I’d rather be playing , however I will DVR tiger for this tourney. I’ve never been a fan of his but he is good for the game and the other players really do want him playing. Probably because they can kick his derriere…………NOW..

  5. I guess what I find most interesting is he’s gone to a 460cc adjustable driver and adjustable fairways. I guess even the most staunch traditionalist eventually have to give in.

      • About 20%. It’s an estimate. But I actually spent a day at a tour event, near a tee where the players had to cross a concrete path. And I put a check on the pairing sheet for each hard-spike player.

        Tiger is an interesting case. A lot of the Nike shoes that he wears were never intended for hard spikes, and I believe that with hard spikes inserted in softer soles, they can be uncomfortable. I am an older player who began in hard spikes and never really wanted to switch. What we see in fact, is that Tiger hasn’t always used the latest and greatest new designs from Nike. Nothing against Nike, of course, but I feel certain that if Tiger didn’t have the big contract, he’d be wearing shoes that look more like Mickelson’s, than Speith’s.

        • Except for the fact that when he supposedly broke his left leg he needed to switch to sneaker type shoes to make his ankles feel comfortable, so there goes your weak theory

        • That doesn’t make any sense since he helped design his TW shoes to his specs. If he liked the classic style they would have come out with two versions of his TW shoes because those would still sell. BTW I’m in the classic shoe camp just not the steel spikes. Golf pants with sporty shoes is just so dad like.

        • Yeah sorry Chuck, that’s just way off. Tiger’s efforts to wear a shoe as close to Nike Roshe’s etc is well documented. Him wanting to wear a trad shoe ala what he used to wear or what Phil wears is not true at all.

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