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Tiger Woods reveals his favorite piece of equipment from his workshop

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Just like us, Tiger Woods is an equipment nut, and this week on Episode 7 of Golf Digest’s and Golf TV’s 13-part mini-series “At home with Tiger Woods”, the 15-time major champion showed off his workshop.

Woods gave host Henni Koyack a tour of his shop, and when asked which piece of equipment in the workshop was Woods’ favorite, the 44-year-old went straight for the grinder.

“The grinder. I sit here, and I just kind of, grind whatever wedge configuration I’ve wanted. And this is like my third belt that I’ve used here.”

Woods also revealed that he would once grind more to get his wedge configurations just right, how his process has evolved, and he also had a warning for club builders.

“As my technique has changed throughout the years, I’ve used different bounce configurations. And lately, this one’s worked, but the problem is once you shave down the club there’s no coming back.

And so, it’s taking it little by little … take too much off; now I have to try a whole new wedge.”

Check out “At home with Tiger Woods – Ep 7″.

 

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Gianni is the Assistant Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at gianni@golfwrx.com. Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito

7 Comments

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  1. JP

    Jul 3, 2020 at 2:07 pm

    Henni Koyack #meetoo

    After that piece was done of course…

  2. Jack Nash

    Jul 3, 2020 at 1:18 pm

    And here I thought it was Tony Galea. How foolish

  3. joro

    Jul 3, 2020 at 11:55 am

    That lis great, now when is he going to start using them.

  4. TheWeekendHackGolf

    Jul 2, 2020 at 11:40 am

    The fact Tiger grinds his own wedges is simply awesome.

    • Mower

      Jul 2, 2020 at 6:38 pm

      Right? That shop it tight!
      Never thought the big cat was this hands on.

    • ActualFacts

      Jul 2, 2020 at 8:47 pm

      I was thinking the exact same thing!

  5. cory

    Jul 2, 2020 at 9:53 am

    what does unsurprian mean?

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How much each player won at the 2020 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship

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Hudson Swafford took home the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship over the weekend and in the process earned himself $720,000. Tyler McCumber’s solo second-place finish gives him a check for $436,000, while Mackenzie Hughes takes home $276,000 for his efforts.

With a total prize purse of $4 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2020  Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship.

1: Hudson Swafford, -18, $720,000

2: Tyler McCumber, -17, $436,000

3: Mackenzie Hughes, -16, $276,000

4: Nate Lashley, -15 $196,000

5: Adam Long, -14, $164,000

T-6: James Hahn, -13, $140,000

T-6: Anirban Lahiri, -13, $140,000

T-8: Will Zalatoris, -12, $117,000

T-8: Cameron Percy, -12, $117,000

T-8: Luke List, -12, $117,000

T-11: Sebastian Cappelen, -11, $93,000

T-11: Patrick Rodgers, -11, $93,000

T-11: Xinjun Zhang, -11, $93,000

T-14: Matt Jones, -10, $65,000

T-14: Alex Smalley, -10, $65,000

T-14: Charley Hoffman, -10, $65,000

T-14: Scott Harrington, -10, $65,000

T-14: Kelly Kraft, -10, $65,000

T-14: Justin Suh, -10, $65,000

T-14: Sean O’Hair, -10, $65,000

T-21: Hank Lebioda, -9, $39,000

T-21: Pat Perez, -9, $39,000

T-21: Robert Streb, -9, $39,000

T-21: Kramer Hickok, -9, $39,000

T-21: Henrik Stenson, -9, $39,000

T-21: Rhein Gibson, -9, $39,000

T-21: Emiliano Grillo, -9, $39,000

T-28: Sam Burns, -8, $27,400

T-28: Sangmoon Bae, -8, $27,400

T-28: Kyle Stanley, -8, $27,400

T-28: Vincent Whaley, -8, $27,400

T-28: Jonathan Byrd, -8, $27,400

T-33: Stephen Stallings, Jr., -7, $20,450

T-33: Brian Stuard, -7, $20,450

T-33: David Hearn, -7, $20,450

T-33: Thomas Detry, -7, $20,450

T-33: Joohyung Kim, -7, $20,450

T-33: Rob Oppenheim, -7, $20,450

T-33: Ryan Brehm, -7, $20,450

T-33: Sepp Straka, -7, $20,450

T-41: George McNeill, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Kevin Tway, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Matthew NeSmith, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Joseph Bramlett, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Ricky Barnes, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Chase Seiffert, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Peter Malnati, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Denny McCarthy, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Patton Kizzire, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Fabian Gomez, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Beau Hossler, -6, $12,861.82

T-52: Ben Martin, -5, $9,580

T-52: Sam Ryder, -5, $9,580

T-52: D.J. Trahan, -5, $9,580

T-52: Kristoffer Ventura, -5, $9,580

T-56: Matthias Schwab, -4, $9,160

T-56: Adam Schenk, -4, $9,160

T-56: J.J. Spaun, -4, $9,160

T-56: Scott Brown, -4, $9,160

T-56: Dominic Bozzelli, -4, $9,160

T-61: Keith Mitchell, -3, $8,800

T-61: Keith Mitchell, -3, $8,800

T-61: Tim Wilkinson, -3, $8,800

T-61: C.T. Pan, -3, $8,800

T-61: Brice Garnett, -3, $8,800

T-65: J.J. Henry, -2, $8,440

T-65: Willy Pumarol, -2, $8,440

T-65: Martin Laird, -2, $8,440

T-65: Jamie Lovemark, -2, $8,440

T-65: Mark Anderson, -2, $8,440

T-70: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, -1, $8,120

T-70: Zac Blair, -1, $8,120

T-70: Arjun Atwal, -1, $8,120

T-73: Robert Diaz, E, $7,920

T-73: Tommy Gainey, E, $7,920

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