Tiger Woods has been spotted testing a new set of TaylorMade P7TW prototype irons - the same as currently used by Tommy Fleetwood - ahead of this week's Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.
Woods, who used TW-Phase 1 irons in 2018, was snapped with his new set of irons during a Nike Golf event at Bluejack National.
A dream come true!!! At our @nikegolf meeting at Bluejack National I got the chance to meet @TigerWoods.. and hit a couple of shots with his 8 iron (thankfully pretty well I might add!!). What a day, what a team, what a brand - thanks TW! #swoosh pic.twitter.com/JZjXchC1Mj— Lindsey Edmunds (@lindseswoosh) January 19, 2019
The 14-time major champion is expected to add both of TaylorMade's new M5 and M6 metalwoods into his bag too. It's anticipated Woods will favour the M5 driver.
Brooks Koepka - still a free agent in the golf equipment world - has also rung some new year changes to his bag.
The three-time major winner has traded his M4 driver for the new M5, and also upgraded his Mizuno irons from JPX 900 Tour to JPX 919 Tour.
Koepka won all three of his major titles to date with the JPX 900 Tour irons in play.
The biggest equipment story of the week, however, belongs to Rickie Fowler after the American ended his Titleist golf ball contract in favour of the new TaylorMade TP5x.