How Tiger Woods makes his millions

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Tiger Woods's sponsors range from Nike to Rolex to Fuse Science.
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Nike Tiger's biggest payday comes from Nike.
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Electronic Arts EA has produced Tiger Woods video games since 1998.
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Fuse Science The energy drink maker has Tiger's bag sponsorship.
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Rolex After his deal with Tag Heuer expired, Tiger inked a smaller deal with rival watchmaker Rolex.
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Kowa Kowa, a Japanese conglomerate, was the first new endorsement Woods landed after the scandal.
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Upper Deck The trading card and memorabilia company continues to produce and sell Woods collectables, ranging from cards and figurines to autographed items.
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Tatweer: The Tiger Woods Dubai In 2008, Woods was reportedly paid $55.4 million by Tatweer, a developer based in the United Arab Emirates, to lend his name to a golf project in Dubai. After the financial crisis, the course went under, but Tatweer remains one of Tiger's sponsors.
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TLC Laser Eye Centers Woods, who has undergone Lasik eye surgery twice, is sponsored by TLC Laser Eye Centers, which performed the procedures.