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Golfweek's David Dusek zooms in on Tiger Woods' Nike Golf gear. Check out the exclusive photo gallery.
Tiger Woods uses 14 Nike Golf clubs and the company's One Tour D golf ball.
Published on August 14, 2013
Before the start of the 2013 Open Championship, Tiger Woods switched to this VR_S Covert Tour prototype driver.
Tiger Woods' driver has 9.5 degrees of loft. Unlike the retail version, his prototype is slightly more pear-shaped and it does not have an adjustable hosel. He uses a Mitsubishi Diamana White Board 73X shaft.
According to his caddie, Joe LaCava, Tiger Woods gets a new driver headcover before the start of every season.
Tiger Woods switched to the Nike VR_S Covert Performance 3-wood earlier this season.
Tiger Woods' 3-wood has 15 degrees of loft and a Mitsubishi Diamana Blue Board 103X shaft.
Tiger Woods also is using a 19-degree Nike VR_S Covert Performance 5-wood.
Tiger Woods' 5-wood has 19 degrees of loft, and like the accompanying 3-wood, has a Mitsubishi Diamana Blue Board 103X shaft.
Occasionally, Tiger Woods swaps out his 5-wood for a Nike VR_S Forged 2-iron, but typically his longest iron is this VR Pro 3-iron.
All of Tiger Woods' irons, like his 4-iron shown here, are stamped with his TW logo.
Tiger Woods has his irons fitted with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts.
This is Tiger Woods' 6-iron, which features a very thin topline.
The thin soles of Tiger Woods' irons, such as this 7-iron, help him work the club through the turf more effectively.
The lower-middle portion of Woods' 8-iron shows where he makes contact most often.
Though Tiger Woods' VR Pro irons are not the most-forgiving clubs that Nike offers, they allow him to work the ball effectively.
All of Tiger Woods' irons, including his pitching wedge shown here, are made from 1025 forged carbon steel for enhanced feel.
Tiger Woods carries a 56-degree VR Pro sand wedge with a True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shaft.
Tiger Woods also carries a 60-degree VR Pro lob wedge with a dual-sole design that makes it easier for him to slide the leading edge under the ball on shots from tight lies.
Tiger Woods' lob wedge's bounce also makes it effective in the sand. Like the sand wedge, it's fitted with a True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shaft.
Tiger Woods' Method 001 putter has been customized with a single alignment dot on the topline.
Tiger Woods' name also has been etched on the back of the hosel.