There she is...the Scotty that is.
What’s the “12” on the SIM he’s testing? Just an ID to keep track of which one he’s testing or 12 degrees?
Tiger finally starts striping the driver and is inclined to switch. Dang-it
Sim max 3 wood hmmmmmmm
I doubt tiger has to do anything TM says.. even if they ask nicely
Where's the SIM MAX Hybrid?
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Putter is looking very beat up. Impressive wear mark on the sweet spot.
It’s crazy how beat up the Scotty is. I know there is a lot magic in that stick but I don’t know if I can game something that beat up.
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SIM Max 15*
SIM - 19*
Bridgestone J15cb - 4-PW
Titleist SM7 - 52* & 58*
maybe a new driver and new ball in play this week?
Ping G410+ 9*, Tensei Pro Orange
Adams XTD Ti 17*, Fubuki
Apex 20*, AD DI 85
Srixon U85 23*, AD DI 95
Srixon 585 5-6, Nippon 120
Srixon 785 7-PW, Nippon 120
Ping Glide 3.0 52*, Nippon 120
TM Hi Toe 56*&60*, Nippon 120
There's some wear on the Sim driver and Sim Max 3 wood, he's obviously been putting them through their paces. I'd be surprised if he games them in competition this week, but if he does that says a lot about this line. That M3 5 wood does not look like it's going anywhere.
I wonder if the SIM driver/fwy will make the bag on Thursday?
Also would love an answer on the “12” decal on the SIM, and the “14” decal on the fairway shaft.
I doubt the 12 is true loft of a 9.0 degree head in the standard position
Probably measured 12 degrees. His old VR Tour 8.5 was 11.25 degrees with a 3.5 degree open face — effectively playing closer to stated loft.
That M5 driver has some very impressive teemarks along that sole channel.
Thanks for the pictures, your work is very much appreciated.
Very Surprised he’s potentially going with SIM Max for the 3W instead of SIM Ti & wonder if TM will ever be able to get that M3 5W out of his bag?
12 may mean it was the 12th head he tried out of X. He can feel every tiny minor difference in everything.
We need to see some face wear on these be awesome to see the wear spots on tigers clubs! Especially that 5 wood he hits alot and had for a while
I wonder how many putts it takes to put a wear mark on a putter like that.
250,000 or so putts lol
5 wood ain’t going nowhere!!!
That tee mark down the center of the M5 weight track is pretty baller.
Will we see TW wedge grind come to market this year?
anyone know what shafts he uses in his irons? Pictures don’t show.
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The putter face and the sliding weight track on the driver.. love seeing his bag. I would be willing to bet we never see a hybrid in his bag.
That putter sweet spot
I hope so!
50* PW? Then 56* SW...still keeping it old-school.
12* driver opened 3*? What’s the benefit in that?
Woodland also has the tw grind mg2 wedge in his WITB. Bet we’ll see them in the market soon.
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