Tiger Woods was spotted using an odd-looking new TaylorMade putter with a triangular neck on the practice putting green prior to competing in the Japan Skins game on Monday.
We have no further details of the model or specs of the putter Woods was testing out, but we can confirm he was back using his trusted Scotty Cameron during the competition itself...
Tiger tinkered with a new TaylorMade putter before going to the first tee. pic.twitter.com/ncxL3515cV— Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) October 21, 2019
The putter closely resembles that of the Ashdon Golf Bermuda Triangle Polar White putter.
"The triangle is one of the two strongest forms of stability in the world," claims Ashdon Golf.
"If you look at any building or bridge, they are always connected with triangles and circles. That is because the triangle and circle create the greatest stability and balance that is needed for structural engineering.
"To improve accuracy, you need a putter with a wider connection that is in the shape of a triangle or circle. The Ashdon Golf Bermuda Triangle putter line uses the triangle for stability."
Woods finished tied second with Rory McIlroy to eventual winner Jason Day in the inaugural Japan Skins match, with home favourite Hideki Matsuyama in fourth.
The 15-time major champion makes his competitive return to the PGA Tour at this week's ZOZO Championship in Japan following a recent break from the game due to recovering from knee surgery.
Woods has only played in six tournaments since winning The Masters in April, and has just one top-10 finish in that period.
Fresh off his second CJ Cup victory in the last three years, Justin Thomas lines up as joint tournament favourite alongside McIlroy at 8/1 for the ZOZO Championship, while Woods is priced up at 33/1.