Tiger Woods is Back with Tiger Woods Nike Commercial! New Tiger Woods Commercial & Masters Tournament April 5-11, 2010 [Video]

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Tiger Wood’s world may have gone off course for a while but it seems to be back in full swing. A decisive return to professional golf and new endorsement deal commercials means Woods is definitely back! Woods has been sharing his thoughts in a series of recent interviews.

He express his disappointment in missing his young son’s birthday while attending a rehabilitation center he checked himself in just weeks before to address the issues that lead to his sudden fall from grace.

With a marriage that looks on the mend and a return to the professional world of golf Woods just might emerge a better man for facing his shortcoming and demons with dignity and poise. His comeback is welcomed by Nike giants with the launch of a new Tiger Woods commercial.

The new Nike commercial will air on ESPN and The Golf Channelng this evening until late Thursday afternoon. Meanwhile, Woods is set to be on the green at the Masters tournament in Augusta, Ga. The commercial features the voice of his father, Earl Woods, who died in 2006.

“Tiger, I am more prone to be inquisitive, to promote discussion,” Earl Woods says. “I want to find out what your thinking was. I want to find out what your feelings are. Did you learn anything?”

In a statement, Nike said it supports Woods and his family and that the ad, “addresses his time away from the game using the powerful words of his father.”

 

Check out an older Nike Commerical (2007)

 

Check out another oldie but goodie: Funny Tiger Woods Caddyshack commercial

 

The Official Site of the Masters Tournament April 5-11, 2010

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