Jon Rahm and Cam Smith headline the golf coverage this week on Making The Turn.
This is where we detail everything that you might have missed in the golf world over the past week.
And what a busy week it has been with the return of PGA Tour golf after the Christmas break.
We saw Cameron Smith break a new PGA Tour low scoring record on his way to winning the Sentry Tournament of Champions.
Elsewhere, we saw some equipment drops from all the big manufacturers.
Bryson DeChambeau, Collin Morikawa and Viktor Hovland all made headlines this week.
As did Tiger. Always Tiger.
Let's dive straight in.
Welcome to the carbon wood era at TaylorMade
TaylorMade launched their new Stealth line of drivers which we saw Tiger Woods debut in December.
Last week staffers such as Colln Morikawa put it into play and hit some savage bombs.
Morikawa, 24, has already increased his ball speed and swing speed with the eye-catching piece of equipment.
Callaway release new products for 2022
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Justin Thomas tells a Tiger tale
Justin Thomas started poorly at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, but then did something special.
He managed to improve his score by six shots in his first three rounds and still it wasn't good enough to get close to the lead.
JT shot a course record of 61 at the Plantation Course but then it was later equaled by Jon Rahm.
A bold claim from the greatest of all time?
Woods is in rehab and it's unlikely we'll see him play again for a few months, if at all until the end of the year.
Viktor Hovland vents fury at airline Delta
Viktor Hovland arrived in Hawaii without his clubs.
Please never change, Viktor.
Steve Stricker was seriously unwell after the Ryder Cup
Steve Stricker has revealed a mystery illness left him needing hospital treatment after the Ryder Cup: https://t.co/REShWdsLZF— GolfMagic.com (@GolfMagic) January 7, 2022
Captain Strick, as he was affectionately known by his young Ryder Cuppers, disappeared from public attention after Whistling Straits.
Get well soon, Strick.
Good luck stopping the cheaters, claims PGA Tour caddie
Players on the PGA Tour were without green-reading books in Kapalua.
Instead, they were given tour-approved yardage books.
Patrick Reed joins PXG
He will play the PXG GEN4 driver.
New hat Bryson discusses how he concussed himself
He decided wear a more traditional piece of head wear this week.
DeChambeau even ripped one drive with a ball speed of 199mph.
Cam Smith holds off Jon Rahm
If Rahm was going to win this he was going to have to earn it.
He set a new, low-scoring record for the PGA Tour.