Woods signs deal to play with new golf ball

Woods began his career using a Titleist golf ball and switched to a Nike ball in May 2000. He said finding the right golf ball was "essential" and that the Bridgestone B333-S was the right fit for him.

Woods effectively became a free agent for equipment deals when Nike decided to stop making clubs and golf balls focusing on apparel.   -  AP

One tournament into his return was all Tiger Woods needed to strike a deal with Bridgestone to play its golf ball. Bridgestone Golf said Thursday it has signed Woods to a multi-year agreement in which he will play and promote the golf ball.

Woods effectively became a free agent for equipment deals when Nike decided to stop making clubs and golf balls and instead focus on apparel.

Woods began his career using a Titleist golf ball and switched to a Nike ball in May 2000. He said finding the right golf ball was “essential” and that the Bridgestone B333-S was the right fit for him.

Woods had not played in 15 months while recovering from back surgeries until the Hero World Challenge two weeks ago.



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