What gear has Tiger Woods been using in 2019, a year in which he won his 15th major and equalled the record for most PGA Tour wins

It’s been some year for Tiger Woods. He won his 15th major championship at the the Masters and went on to win his 82nd PGA Tour title to equal Sam Snead’s record. But what gear has he been using? Here’s the full Tiger Woods WITB 2019 rundown…

What’s in Tiger’s bag?

It was a bit hit and miss for Woods off the tee with the M3 last year so it was no surprise to see him putting the new TaylorMade M5 into play.

Tiger Woods WITB 2019

Woods has also plumped for the M5 3-wood which has a whopping 65-gram adjustable weight built into the head.

Tiger Woods WITB 2019

He stuck with the M3 5-wood for now but we expect him to get dialled in with the M5 at some point in the near future.

Tiger Woods WITB 2019

His irons were previously known as the TW Phase 1 irons but have now got a a new name, the TaylorMade P7TW. TaylorMade released them to the public in May.

The irons have been co-designed by the man himself and were hundreds of hours in the making with TaylorMade developing nine designs, taking years to create the perfect set for the 15-time major champion.

Tiger Woods WITB 2019

His wedges are the same lofts as last year – a 56˚ and 60˚ – but he has switched into the new TaylorMade Milled Grind 2 model.

Tiger Woods WITB 2019

Tiger uses the same Scotty Cameron putter he used to claim the first 14 of his major championships. Woods uses a Ping PP58 grip on his putter, the same putter grip he used as a junior golfer.

Tiger Woods WITB 2019

Driver: TaylorMade M5 (9˚) Mitsubishi Diamana White

3-wood: TaylorMade M5 (15˚)

5-wood: TaylorMade M3 (19˚)

Irons: TaylorMade P-7TW (3-PW)

Wedges: TaylorMade Milled Grind 2 (56˚, 60˚)

Putter: Scotty Cameron Newport 2

Ball: Bridgestone Tour BX S

Clothing: Nike

How does Tiger’s setup differ from previous years? Head to his 2017 and 2018 WITBs to find out. If you want to know when Woods plans to tee it up this year, check out his 2020 schedule.

More information can be found on the TaylorMade and Bridgestone websites.