The deal accounts for all of his clubs except his putter, which he has switched back from Nike to Titleist's Scotty Cameron. However, it is not clear whether or not he will be playing TaylorMade irons this week as he still gets adjusted to the club change. He started using TaylorMade's M2 driver during his event, The World Hero Challenge, last month as speculation swirled of a possible switch.

Just over a month ago, Woods announced his switch to Bridgestone golf balls after Nike had backed out of the golf industry on the hard goods side of things.

Woods get set to tee-off at 1:40 p.m. on Thursday with fellow TaylorMade players Jason Day and Dustin Johnson at the Farmers Insurance Open.