Tiger Woods’s Nike Deal May Be In Jeopardy As His Son Charlie Signs A Deal

Femi Onasanya By Femi Onasanya - Sports Reporter
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Charlie Woods, the son of Tiger Woods, may have ended their long-standing relationship with Nike by signing a covert endorsement contract.

The father-son team recently participated in Ritz Carlton‘s annual PNC Championship, where they are now well-known.

The two attracted attention for both their appearance and performance. Tiger, a 15-time major winner, was wearing his trademark red polo shirt bearing the Nike emblem, which he has worn since 1996.

Rumour has it, though, that Tiger’s nearly thirty-year partnership with Nike may come to an end in 2024. These rumours gained momentumWhen it became known that Charlie would not be taking his father’s Nike route.

Rather, Charlie was spotted at the Florida tournament sporting clothing from Justin Thomas’s company, Greyson Clothiers.

Charlie was greeted by the Greyson Clothiers ‘family’ on social media by fellow ambassador Larry Fitzgerald, who validated this partnership.

In the past, Charlie has frequently been spotted sporting Nike clothing and his dad’s personal TW collection. While at the PNC Championship, Tiger himself was still sporting Nike gear, but there are now many rumours that this may be the last time he does.

In response to repeated inquiries about whether their collaboration would last until 2024, he reiterated, “I’m still wearing their product.”

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By Femi Onasanya Sports Reporter
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