Tiger Woods’s Sun Day Red Revealed; No TaylorMade Logo Spotted

Published 02/12/2024, 8:07 PM EST

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Tiger Woods has finally revealed his brand! The golfing legend had been hinting at a new partnership for his ‘Sunday Red’ brand since his split with longtime partner Nike. Well, the professional has not disappointed his fans, as pictures of his new line of clothing were shared on the internet a while back in a bid to make the grand reveal to the golfing world. However, there’s a catch. No TaylorMade logo has been spotted on the same.

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Surprising? You bet! Especially after the huge wave of rumors and speculations surrounding the two partnering up. But wait! Don’t get yourself wrong. The two are actually in a partnership but the apparel would just sport the logo of the iconic ‘Sun Day Red’ brand of the iconic golfer, all the while being completely independent from the existing clubmakers!

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A post was shared by TWLEGION on X a while ago, revealing pictures of the clothes that were shared through Getty. The snaps of the same showcase various colors of the brand’s clothing products, with the company’s trademark consisting of a ‘Tiger’ in stripes jumping over the name of the label behind the display. But the apparel itself sports sharp colors, with the design being placed at various places in different clothes.

Well, the fans weren’t entirely wrong in bringing TaylorMade into the mix. However, the club makers and the PGA Tour pro decided to incorporate the sigil of just the new brand on its apparel as well as its footwear. The reaction? Many in the community have actually come to like the subtlety of the logo and its positioning. Daniel Rapaport took to his X handle to mention how the placement is “very discreet under the buttons” and very “clean” for the red shirt on display.

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“A fresh approach,” dubbed CEO David Abeles during the reveal, as he explained how the new ‘Sun Day Red’ would have “no influence from TaylorMade on this brand,” despite it being a business organized under the holding company. Adding on, he disclosed how the label “stands alone” and is “independent” from the clubmakers, in a bid to “focus on what matters” and not “lose your identity,” as stated by Abeles.

 

Truly a beginning after the end. The end? Well, the disclosure made a little while back came as nothing short of a fitting conclusion to the never-ending speculations and rumors that surrounded the golfing legend and his new brand.

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The Rise and End of Sun Day Red rumors

The revelation was preceded by the professional sharing glimpses of himself wearing a grey set of gloves and a red shirt a couple of times on his handle over the past week. As a result, interestingly, this had driven many of his fans in the community to believe he was partnering up with TaylorMade owing to the logo being present on his gloves and golfing apparel in the picture.

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Now, interestingly, the fans would be able to witness the golfer sporting the new brand at the upcoming event, the Genesis Invitational, along with a new caddie as well, Lance Bennett. Nevertheless, his ardent followers would indubitably be waiting for Woods to launch the brand’s apparel line as soon as possible so that they could get their hands on the same!

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Allan Abe

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Allan Abe is a Golf Writer at EssentiallySports. He shares a longtime passion for the sport, having idolized players like Bubba Watson and Adam Scott as a child. Armed with his Master’s Degree in English, Allan has covered many themes in golf as a beat writer with more than 800 articles and excels at live coverage and a hole-to-hole analysis of events.
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