SPOTTED: Tiger Woods testing TaylorMade Juno putter ahead of Dell Technologies Championship
It’s been confirmed that Tiger is using a TaylorMade Juno putter during competition at the 2018 Dell Technologies. Read our original story below.
Tiger Woods finished 79th in strokes gained: putting at last week’s Northern Trust as his struggles with the flatstick returned. Woods benched his beloved Scotty Cameron Newport 2 in favor of a TaylorMade TP Collection Ardmore 3 at the Quicken Loans National, but it looks like he’s considering another switch.
Golfweek’s spotted him practicing with a TaylorMade TP Collection Black Copper Juno putter, today, ahead of the 2018 Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston.
(Photo credit: David Dusek)
The Juno model looks close to the retail edition, save for the alignment dot (the retail model has a line) on the topline and “TIGER” stamped on one of the bumpers.
After a lousy putting week at Northern Trust, Tiger Woods practiced today using his Ardmore 3 mallet AND a TP Collection Black Copper Juno. He used the blade on the first hole of his practice round to hole a 15-foot birdie putt.
— David Dusek (@Golfweek_Dusek)
According to Dusek, Woods used the Juno during his Thursday pro-am.
As evidenced in a photo from , the putter appears to have a red insert on the face, as well.
In an up-and-down year on the greens, Woods is currently 53rd on Tour in strokes gained: putting.