At almost forty-one years of age, Tiger Woods is hardly over the hill as golfers like Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus would attest to yet you could almost hear Woods' thoughts out loud while contemplating this as an issue. Let's see, Tiger stroking his graying goatee while thinking of Jim Furyk's miracle fifty-eight at the Travelers Championship, "it’s possible. I’m just going to have to find different ways of doing it."
Will Tiger's new set of golf clubs help, or hurt, his game? First the details:
- TaylorMade M2 driver, 3-wood, 5-wood.
- Nike irons and wedges.
- Scotty Cameron Newport 2 putter.
- Bridgestone B330S golf ball.
According to SBNation, now that Nike is out of the golf club business, Tiger Woods has his choice of clubs which opens him up to being able to mix-n-match irons, woods, driver that could be more beneficial to his overall reworked old, new, old again swing. "I hit everything," said Woods. "And I had control of everything. I can hit all the shots now, on call."
As for his golf swing, top fifty instructor, Brian Manzella, says Tiger looks "golf strong" with "a much more pronounced in-to-out swing path than before--which tends to produce a draw--and a finish that moves much more upright much more quickly after impact."
Tiger Woods hit the range on Wednesday.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) November 30, 2016
And it was great to see. https://t.co/RJoazYkSuC
New Golf clubs...check.
Reworked golf swing...check.
New and Improved Tiger Woods? ... We will have to wait and see but it would be great to have the old Tiger Woods back on the golf course, wouldn't it?