The Clubs Tiger Woods Used to Win The Masters | TaylorMade Golf


GettyImages-1142643489.jpgThe legend of Tiger Woods continues. 


After a vintage Sunday performance at Augusta National, Tiger captured his 15th career major championship and fifth title at The Masters.


Starting the day two shots off the lead, Tiger overtook a stacked leaderboard by methodically picking apart the course he knows better than most with his bag full of TaylorMade Golf clubs. With a fifth green jacket in sight, Tiger closed with a 2-under 70 on Sunday to finish the tournament at 13-under.


In wet and windy conditions, accuracy off the tee and into the greens at Augusta was paramount. Tiger showed all week he was more than up to the task.



GettyImages-1142626641 copy.jpgHe hit countless big drives off the tee with his M5 driver and precise controlled shots with his M5 fairway. He even had the confidence to thread his P·7TW long irons onto the fairways, such as the par-4 third hole, to set himself up for success. Tiger hit 71% of fairways during the final round, his best mark of the tournament.


Tiger’s short game was in fine form all week. He was dialed in with his pair of Milled Grind Wedges, setting up birdie looks and using them as a safety valve to get out of trouble. Tiger carded 22 birdies and no double bogeys over the course of the week.



M5 Driver | 9.0°

M5 Fairway | 13.0°

M3 Fairway | 19.0°

P·7TW Irons (3-P)

Milled Grind Wedges | 56° & 60°


What a comeback story for Tiger. From not being able to walk 18 months ago to winning his 15th major. Absolutely incredible.


What a time for TaylorMade to release the P7TW irons. Consider ever set sold after this win.


Congrats Tiger and congrats #TeamTaylorMade!


That was an EPIC performance (with some pretty sweet clubs)! Congrats to Tiger and the whole team at TaylorMade.

The lines on the P7TW irons are so incredible. The milled grind soles on those iron look amazing, I am really hoping that is a standard on all irons going forward for TM. Also the font chosen for his irons is much better than the thin line font used on the P-Series thus far. I was always a fan of the older M-Series style number on the club.


Was an incredible performance and very inspiring. Very intrigued by the P7TW irons, but unfortunately I am left handed and they don't seem to be available in a left handed configuration. 


Was listening to a podcast this morning where they were interviewing Tiger's Caddie, Joe LaCava, and he was describing his thoughts/feelings after the 12th hole on Sunday, stating that he would take Tiger's iron play over anyone on tour to close out that amazing round.