The biggest news emanating from Tiger Woods’ press conference ahead of the 2019 Masters had nothing to do with the man himself. By all accounts, his life and game are in a good spot, and by all accounts, the 14-time major champ seems pretty happy with things. Instead, the real headliner from the press conference was Tiger Woods’ shirt logo.
It was there for all to see: A cartoon logo of Frank, Tiger’s longtime headcover, on the left breast of his shirt.
The logo is reportedly part of a marketing campaign for its new custom logoed golf shirts. The company teased the news during the press conference on its Nike Golf Instagram account, which offered a closer look at the delightful logo.
Tiger himself brushed off a question about the new logo, not offering much detail, but eagle-eyed golf fans immediately spotted Tiger Woods‘ new shirt logo and took to social media to rave about it.
— LTP (@lukepark02) April 9, 2019
Tiger is wearing a shirt with a Frank the Headcover logo.
There are no accidents. I smell a marketing campaign.
— Jason Sobel (@JasonSobelTAN) April 9, 2019
Tiger Woods is currently in the interview room and is wearing a polo shirt that appears to have a logo of his headcover 'Frank' shaped into a 'T' (for Tiger, presumably).
A new clothing range in the offing?#TheMasters
— Michael McEwan (@MMcEwanbunkered) April 9, 2019
— Dan Hauser (@DanHauserGolf) April 9, 2019
Tiger wearing a “Frank” logo shirt. It’s over. He’s gonna Win. pic.twitter.com/rATw3i1hcL
— Jay Revell (@JayRevell) April 9, 2019
Are we gonna talk about the ADORABLE little Tiger headcover logo on Cat’s shirt? It’s so cutie!!!! pic.twitter.com/sKXhNxG7RG
— Samantha Marks (@SamMarksGC) April 9, 2019
Tiger's shirt has a logo of Frank on it… Frank is his headcover… #GOAT
— ⛳TRACKING TIGER WOODS!🐅 (@TIGERWOODSRENEW) April 9, 2019
— L (@lmoyse20) April 9, 2019
Tiger needs to make that new logo bigger. #TheMasters
— J P S (@JPSpartan) April 9, 2019
— Cam Rogers (@MrRogers99) April 9, 2019
who asked TIGER about his Frank The Headcover Logo?
he dismissed it with a condescending "ok".
as if this isn't a genius move and will sell 100,000 polos.
— Matthew Wiley (@wiley77) April 9, 2019
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