Tiger Woods debuts new sponsor and bag at Chevron World Challenge

Earlier this month, Tiger Woods announced a new partnership with Fuse Science -- A Double Eagle Holdings, Ltd. company. Which will include an endorsement deal in the sports nutrition and energy categories.

When the partnership was announced, Woods had this to say.

"When I learned about Fuse Science's groundbreaking technology, I immediately understood that this will be a game-changer in how we live our lives every day."

"We will improve energy, nutrition and medication delivery in several global categories, and we will enhance every athlete's ability to perform at their natural best. This company is laying the foundation for some very significant things and after personally talking to them, I wanted to be Powered by Fuse."

"Beyond sports, this technology applies in so many ways. The long-term potential is significant. To me, that's something much bigger than golf."

Woods also unveiled his new Fuse Science golf bag this week at the Chevron World Challenge.

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Four past major champions in PGA Tour Q-School field

173 players are headed out to the final stage of the PGA Tout qualifying school. Four of those players will be past major championship winners. Those four players and the majors they won are listed below.

Rich Beem - 2002 PGA Championship winner. Playing on a major medical extension all of the 2011 season.

David Duval - 2001 British Open champion and former No. 1 ranked player in the world. Lost his PGA Tour card by failing to reach inside of the top-125 on the money list.

Lee Janzen - 1993 and 1998 U.S. Open Champion. Lost his card as Duval did. By failing to reach inside of the top-125 on the money list.

Shaun Micheel - 2003 PGA Championship winner (his only PGA Tour victory). Micheel did finish inside the top-125 last season. However, as Duval and Janzen did, failed to do so this season.