Tiger Woods WITB 2023 (What’s In The Bag)

Your golf experts: Jordan Fuller & John Marshall.
Updated September 13, 2023. This article was thoroughly audited by multiple golf experts and coaches for its accuracy. You can read more about our rigorous testing protocol here.

With a resume featuring 15 majors, 82 PGA Tour wins, and 11 PGA Tour Player of the Year trophies, Tiger Woods has earned his spot among the best professional golfers ever.

Although we’ll never see prime Tiger again, he continues to captivate audiences worldwide when he walks onto the links.

In 2023, Tiger leaned heavily on his sponsorship agreement with TaylorMade and Bridgestone, utilizing the two companies’ golf clubs and balls to maximize distance and spin for his game.

In this What’s In the Bag (WITB) article, we’ll take a look at Tiger’s golf bag as he heads into the 2023 season.

Tiger Woods WITB 2023

What’s in Tiger Woods’ Bag? Here’s a rundown:


TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus (9 degrees)

Shaft: Fujikura Ventus Black 6 X

Taylormade Stealth 2 Plus Driver 9 Project X HZRDUS Black 60 6.5 Left Hand
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The latest driver from TaylorMade has found its way into Tiger’s bag as the Stealth 2 Plus offers total customization of peak height and shot shape. 

Powered by the adjustable hosel sleeve and sliding weight behind the face, the Stealth 2 Plus also features the company’s Twist Face technology providing forgiveness that keeps drives along the target line without losing velocity.

For Tiger, the Stealth 2 Plus keeps him ahead of the technology race in the PGA Tour. Since all professional golfers understand that the long length from the tee box keeps them closer to the green, they need drivers that pack quite the punch, like the Stealth 2 Plus.

The TaylorMade driver looks great draped in its customary red and black, and the club provides outstanding feedback and responsiveness, even on shots that leak toward the toe.

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TaylorMade SIM Titanium (15 degrees)

Shaft: Mitsubishi Diamana D+ Limited 70 TX

TaylorMade SIM Titanium Fairway
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Tiger often sticks with golf clubs for their reliability, and his choice of 3-wood definitely supports that theory.

The TaylorMade SIM Titanium fairway wood, first released in the spring of 2020, provides a high, sweeping launch for Woods, a shot shape he has grown to rely upon during tournaments.

For amateurs, the closest fairway wood that mimics the SIM Titanium is the SIM2 Max fairway wood. Boasting a similar shape, the SIM2 Max model offers the same fixed hosel with wide, rounded sole of the Titanium version.

Read our full review: SIM2 Max Fairway Wood


TaylorMade M3 (19 degrees)

Shaft: Mitsubishi Diamana D+ Limited 80 TX

TaylorMade M3 Fairway (5 Wood, Regular Flex, Left Hand)
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Woods does not carry a hybrid in his bag. Instead, he utilizes a TaylorMade M3 5-wood to bridge the gap between his irons and woods. Released in 2018, the M3 fairway offers a sliding weight behind the face to lower CG while customizing shot shape.

Currently, the new TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus fairway comes close to mimicking the features and benefits that Tiger enjoys with his fairway wood. Powered by a 50-gram weight behind the face, the Stealth 2 Plus fairway creates an easy launch with a far-reaching distance.

Read our in-depth TaylorMade Stealth 2 Fairway Review


2023 TaylorMade P770 (3-iron), TaylorMade P7TW (4-PW)

Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100

TAYLORMADE GOLF P770 2023 7 Iron Set 4-PW KBS Tour Stiff Right Hand
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When it comes to his irons, Tiger uses his special-order only P7TW iron set.

Available to the public only through special order with TaylorMade, the P7TW offers a compact blade with minimal forgiveness, helping Woods craft shots according to his desired ball flight, length, and spin.

When it comes to amateurs, the TaylorMade P770 offers the best comparable option.

The forged face on the P770 iron offers slightly more forgiveness to low handicappers and is far easier to hit than the P7TW set. Tiger uses a 3-iron from the P770 set to hit stingers off the tee box.

Read: TaylorMade P770 Irons Review


TaylorMade MG3 Raw (56 & 60-degree)

Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400

TaylorMade MG3 Raw

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Around the green, Woods uses the popular MG3 Raw Face wedges from TaylorMade. The wedges deliver high spin rates with a tight sole grind that plays better on firm fairways and tight lies.

Along the hitting area, the grooves rust over time, helping impart more grip into the golf ball to create higher spin rates. The raw face enhances the feel and improves overall performance from the rough and sand.


Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS prototype

Grip: Ping PP58

Titleist Scotty Cameron Special Select Putter 2020 Right Newport 2 34
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Tiger has long used the Scotty Cameron Newport 2 to attack the greens. Offering a milled face, balancing sole weights, and a gooseneck hosel, Tiger finds the Scotty Cameron putter delivers the best feel and touch on the putting surface.

As with all Scotty Cameron putters, amateurs can benefit from the outstanding craftsmanship that helps reduce skidding and bouncing after impact and encourages immediate forward roll. 


Bridgestone Tour B X

Bridgestone Golf 2022 Tour B X White Golf Balls
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Woods recently made the switch to the Bridgestone Tour B X golf ball. For Tiger, the Tour B X ball offers more responsiveness, helping the 15-time major winner produce the ideal spin rates from the tee box to the green.

The ball also delivers far-reaching distance that reduces the size of entry shots into the green, a must for Woods.

Even at 47 years old, Tiger continues to muscle the Tour B X over 320 yards down the fairway, an endorsement of the Bridgestone ball’s potential for amateurs looking to boost their average length. 

The golf ball offers a dual-dimple cover that maximizes yardage with reduced drag. Bridgestone’s seamless cover also helps with the ball’s aerodynamics for a repeatable flight that golfers can depend upon.

A favorite of other pros, including long-distance champ Bryson DeChambeau, the Bridgestone Tour B X offers premium performance with sophistication.


Golf Pride Tour Velvet Cord 58R

Golf Pride New Set of 8 Tour Velvet Standard Golf Grips
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The Golf Pride Tour Velvet Cord grip, easily the most popular grip on the PGA Tour, offers premium tackiness with all-weather contact. The grip delivers a great feel with maximum comfort for the hands.

What’s great about the Tour Velvet grip is that it looks uniform on the top and bottom with the double dash ring and non-slip material. 

The signature texture of the grip pulls moisture away from the surface, helping golfers maintain contact with the rubber throughout the swing for exceptional traction.

The cord woven through the grip assists with traction, allowing Woods to swing with maximum speed confident the club won’t slide from his hands.

Golf Tip From Tiger Woods

A great tip from Tiger Woods involves the strategy that amateurs use before hitting their tee shot. For Woods, the tee shot sets the tone for the rest of the hole, making it one of the most important shots in golf. 

First, Woods uses his pre-visualization technique to find the type of shot he wants to hit on the hole. Then, he chooses the side of the tee box that best helps him pull off that style of shot.

For example, if Woods wants to use a tall fade, then he sets up his tee shot close to the left marker.

If he wants to play a hard draw to the left, then he sets up on the right side of the tee box to give himself more room, and it also allows him to work the ball with more fairway.