Phil Mickelson will attempt to draw even with Tiger Woods by winning his fourth Masters this weekend. Equipped with a new hybrid wood, the 'Phrankenwood,' the three-time former champion hopes to get around the 7,435-yard Augusta National layout in fewer strokes than any of the other competitors. The combined driver/3-wood attempts to give him more distance and directional control.
"It's almost like a small driver but its put the 3-wood technology of our X Hot into a driver. What it's done is taken a lot of spin off of it. And if you watch, you'll see a lot of the shots off the tee that I hit have a lot more scoot on them," Mickelson told Golf.com Tuesday.