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Look of a Champion: Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods picked up his 76th PGA Tour win on Sunday at TPC Blue Monster and the WGC-Cadillac Championship. A Nike Golf man through and through, Woods used Swoosh equipment and wore their threads for his second win of 2013.

Tools of the Trade

As most any golf fan knows, Tiger is a long-time Nike Golf staff player and uses Nike equipment exclusively. Tiger’s driver is the Nike VR Tour with 8.5 degrees of loft and a Graphite Design Tour AD DI6 shaft. His fairway woods include a 15-degree Nike VR Pro Limited Edition 3-wood and a 19-degree VR/S Covert 5-wood, which he put in the bag this this week instead of his trademark 2-iron. Both fairway metals feature a Mitsubishi Diamana Blue Board 103X shaft.

Tiger continues to play Nike’s VR Pro Blades (3-PW), complete with True Temper Dynamic Golf X100 shafts. He also swings a Nike VR 56-degree wedge and a Nike VR Pro 60-degree lob wedge. Both feature the same Dynamic Gold shaft.

Tiger also trusts the Nike Method 001 putter along with Nike’s Tour D ball model.

Get the Look

As he’s done in each of his previous 75 PGA Tour wins, Tiger Woods wore selections from Nike Golf’s TW Collection. On Sunday, Tiger wore the athletic-looking TW Dri Fit Chest Stripe Polo in Victory Red. Perforated side panels kept Tiger cool and a tidy two button placket provided a tidy and trim look.

Overall, 2013 TW Collection from Nike Golf has impressed to date with Tiger sporting the memorable TW Modern Color-Block Polo and the TW Stripe earlier in the week.

Tiger continues to wear the Nike TW ’13 golf shoe, a shoe inspired by the Nike Free trainer. As for Tiger’s formula for choosing his shoe color, one must look to his hat and belt. A white hat / belt combination brings white shoes, while a black hat / belt combo brings, you guessed it, black shoes.

The Takeaway: WGC-Cadillac Championship

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