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Tiger makes it win no. 75 with Nike gear

January 29, 2013

Nike Athlete Tiger Woods captured his 75th PGA Tour win and his seventh Farmers Insurance Open with victory at Torrey Pines, leaving him just seven wins short of all-time PGA Tour career wins record holder Sam Snead.

Helping him to victory was a full bag of 14 Nike Golf clubs, including the Nike Method 001 putter, featuring Nike’s polymetal groove technology, which generates a faster forward roll at impact for increased accuracy.

Woods also electrified the crowds around the greens with some vintage Tiger shot making with his Nike VR Pro wedges. “My short game was back to how I know it can be,” said Woods. “That allowed me to save some pars, save some birdies, and move my way up the leaderboard.”

Tiger also wore Nike Golf apparel from the Tiger Woods Collection, and the Nike FREE-inspired TW ’13 footwear.

Nike Golf is off to an excellent start in 2013, having won two of the first four events on the PGA Tour with Russell Henley and Woods. On the European Tour, Nike athlete Scott Jamieson claimed the Nelson Mandela Championship title and new Nike athlete, Thorbjørn Olesen finished tied for second at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

Tiger's Nike Golf Arsenal
Driver: VR Tour 8.5-degree (Graphite Design DI 6X shaft)
Fairway Wood: VR Pro Limited Edition 3-wood/15° & SQ II 5-wood/19°
Irons: VR Pro Blade (3-PW)
Wedges: VR Pro 56-degree and 60-degree
Putter: Method 001
Ball: Nike ONE Tour D
Footwear: Nike TW'13
Apparel: Nike Golf Tiger Woods Collection

Nike Golf’s 2013 Tour Victories
• Tiger Woods – Farmers Insurance Open (PGA Tour)
• Russell Henley - Sony Open (PGA Tour)
• Scott Jamieson – The Nelson Mandela Championship (European Tour)

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