TaylorMade chief: Tiger can win a tournament in 2018

TaylorMade VP of product creation believes Tiger Woods has what it takes to win in 2018. 

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Mon, 5 Feb 2018
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Tiger Woods has got every chance of winning a tournament in 2018, according to TaylorMade Vice President of Product Creation Brian Bazzel.

Speaking to GolfMagic at the 2018 PGA Show, Bazzel said: "From what I have seen in the off-season, I honestly believe Tiger can win a tournament in 2018. 

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"He's been absolutely crushing our new TaylorMade M3 driver in practice and I can't wait to see him take this out onto the course this season.

"All his numbers are up, in fact his ball speed is already up there with DJ (Dustin Johnson) and Rory (McIlroy).

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"It's exciting times ahead for Tiger, providing he can stay fit and healthy - and I believe he will, he looks good."

Woods finished tied 23rd in his return to the PGA Tour two weeks ago at the Farmers Insurance Open. 

Brian also addressed the key features and benefits for us of the new M3 and M4 drivers, which have already earned victories on Tour this season with the likes of Johnson, Jon Rahm, Tommy Fleetwood and Gary Woodland...

 

@TaylorMadeGolf’s Brian Bazzel talks us through the new M3 and M4 drivers featuring Twist Face, as played by the likes of Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm and Tiger Woods A post shared by GolfMagic.com (@golfmagic.com_) on Jan 24, 2018 at 11:52am PST

 

Woods said: "I hit a lot of drivers in the off-season, to hit my shot where I hit it on the heel and for it to stay in the air and cut was nice to see," said Woods.

"The high bomb off the toe, that ball stayed in the air and didn't dive. It's the best of both worlds."

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"Any time you have a product that helps you manage your misses, it's a superior product. This is what this Twist Face is going to allow us to do. We will be able to hit balls off the heel that go further and hotter, on the toe it will go hotter and not dive on you. 

"These are all things at the Tour level we are excited about, but at the amateur level it's going to be mind-boggling how much better this is going to be for the consumer."

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