A lot has changed since Tiger Woods once dominated PGA Tour fairways, with equipment making exponential advances over the last five years.
Woods, once the poster boy for Nike golf, signed a club deal with TaylorMade back in January, but barely got to use it. A number of professionals have switched to TaylorMade since Nike's decision to leave the golf club industry.
But what clubs are in Woods' bag this week?
According to pgatour.com, Woods will feature TaylorMade's M2 (2016) driver, a (2017) M2 3-wood and a M1 (5-wood) wood. Woods has a set of Nike irons with his "TGR" logo stamped on the back.
Woods also has a pair of Nike VR Pro Forged wedges (56 and 60 degrees), and a Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS putter. He will be using Bridgestone's Tour B XS ball.
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Back pain has forced Woods to only play sparingly during the last three seasons. He has not won a professional event since 2013.