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The Meaning Behind the WAAC Clothing Line Logo That Kevin Na Famously Wears

Published 01/14/2022, 8:55 AM EST

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Unlike other sports, golfers are allowed to wear their choice of clothes at tournaments. Usually, the players wear clothes from famous sponsors like Adidas Golf, Greyson, Bogey Boys, etc. However, the spectators are confused because of the logo on the shirt of Kevin Na. 

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Kevin Na is a Korean American golfer who plays for the PGA Tour. The 38-year-old is ranked at 27 in the Official World Golf Rankings. Na has won five PGA Tour events, including the 2020-21 Sony Open in Hawaii. 


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Although Kevin was born in South Korea, his family moved to America when he was 8-years-old. After a year, he joined the junior golf program, and before graduating, became a top junior player. He became a professional at 17 in 2001.

Unusual logo on the shirt of Kevin Na

Recently, the spectators couldn’t help but notice some unusual logo on Kevin’s shirts. The logo resembles a devil, and underneath it has the letters “WAAC.”

The logo might seem unfamiliar to an American audience; however, it is not for a South Korean viewer. The shirt of Na is from his sponsors from WAAC Golf, a golf apparel brand from South Korea. 


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The shirt also contains Kevin’s personal logo on the back. It features Na taking the ball from the hole before it touches the underground. 

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The habit of him taking the ball before it touches the underground went viral since the legend Tiger Woods imitated this. Kevin and Tiger Woods were playing at a PGA Tour event. And as usual, Na took the ball from the hole before it touched the underground.

Since Na is known for this, the viewers didn’t mind his action. However, the goat was surprised and laughing because of it. As soon as it was his turn to putting, Tiger imitated Kevin’s actions. This not only made the audiences crack up, but Na found it funny as well.

WAAC- the South-Korean golf brand

WAAC Golf is a South-Korean brand for golf apparel. The letters – WAAC mean “win at all cost,” and the logo is Waacky, their mascot. The company recently celebrated its 6th anniversary. 


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Along with Kevin, WAAC also sponsors the KLPGA players Hye Jeong Choi and Eun Soo Jang. 


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Although it is hard to get apparel from the brand, it is not impossible. The Americans can order them from the Korean stores and get them shipped to the US. 

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Anjana Prabhakaran


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Anjana Prabhakaran is a Golf content writer at EssentiallySports. She has completed her Master's degree in Public Administration and considers researching as one of her hobbies. As her family is interested in sports, Anjana grew up watching every sport on television.
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