At the last tournament Tiger Woods played across the pond, the 2010 British Open, he surprised a lot of golf fans by using a Nike Method 001 putter instead of the trusty Scotty Cameron he'd used to win 13 of his major championships. Woods explained that he'd always had trouble putting on slow greens, and he felt that the Nike putter would help him handle to greens at St. Andrews more effectively.
The experiment lasted three days, and Woods switched back to the Scotty Cameron putter for the final round.
This week at Celtic Manor, as he and his teammates prepare to defend the Ryder Cup, Woods has been spotted not only using his heel-toe weighted Scotty Cameron putter (left in photo), but also a Nike Method 003 putter, a mid-size mallet (right in photo).
We'll have to wait and see which putter makes its way into Woods's bag on Friday. See-Try-Buy: Learn more about Nike and Titleist/Scotty Cameron clubs and schedule your fitting with GolfTEC. Related: Follow David Dusek on Twitter | Facebook (Photos: Jon Super/AP Photos)