World No. 2 Rory McIlroy begins the new year having not yet decided on what clubs he will play but insists the player rather than the equipment is more important.
The Northern Irishman is among a number of top stars who have been forced into a change following Nike's withdrawal from the club manufacturing market.
McIlroy has been testing a number of options and will start this week's BMW SA Open with Callaway woods and irons, Titleist wedges and balls and a Scotty Cameron putter.
He has been here before, however. In 2013 he struggled for form immediately after changing clubs as part of signing a multi-million pound deal with Nike.