In a recent statement regarding the split, Nike thanked Tiger Woods for all of his years as a partner.

“You challenged your competition, stereotypes, conventions, and the old school way of thinking,” the Swoosh stated in an Instagram post titled “Tiger.” Issuing a challenge to the entire game of golf. You put us to the test. Above all, you yourself. And we are appreciative of that challenge.”

Tiger Woods has announced that he has ended his 27-year relationship with Nike, ending their historic collaboration.

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Just minutes ago, the 48-year-old announced the news on his X page, thanking Phil Knight and reflecting on the “amazing moments and memories” he’s shared with the massive athletic gear company.

Regarding his favorite moments spent with the brand, he remarked, “I could go on forever if I started naming them.”

When he was still an amateur golfer, Woods signed his first contract with Nike. From then on, he became closely associated with the company, wearing swooshes on his equipment to commemorate each of his significant victories.

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But Woods has hinted at a potential split lately. Most notably, he was spotted sporting FootJoys at the 2022 Masters, one year after suffering a severe leg injury in an automobile accident.

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When asked about his future with Nike by reporters at the PNC Championship last month, Woods simply responded, “I’m still wearing their product,” refusing to provide any further information.

It’s unclear where Woods will go with commercial relationships in the future; all he said in his Monday morning statement was, “People will ask if there is another chapter.” Indeed, there will undoubtedly be more chapters.


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