Tiger Woods'
Endorsement DEals

Tiger Woods has got a massive fan following spread across the globe. Over the years, Woods has earned millions through his lucrative endorsement deals. Here’s some insight on the brands he’s signed with and how much he earns through them

Rolex

Right after he ended his association with LVHM’s TAG Heuer, Tiger Woods joined hands with their rival brand, Rolex, in 2011.

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Centinel Spine

This company partnered with Tiger Woods to educate the public on spinal disease. This privately-held spinal device company, Centinel Spine, partnered with Tiger Woods in the year 2019.

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Bridgestone Golf

Tiger signed a multi-year contract in 2016, with Bridgestone balls. The agreement allows Tiger to help in the development of golf balls as well. 

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Hero MotoCorp

Tiger Woods started his career at a very young age. He has always been An Indian Company Hero MotoCorp signed a 4-year endorsement deal with Tiger Woods in the year 2014. This deal was worth almost $36 Million. This deal was later extended in 2018.

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Vantelin Kowa

Another Asian company Vantelin Kowa endorsed Tiger Woods in the year 2011.

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Monster energy 

The logo of Monster Energy can be seen on Tiger’s Golf Kit. They joined hands in 2016.

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TaylorMade

Tiger has signed an equipment deal with TaylorMade in the year 2017. This deal enables complete sponsorship of TaylorMade golf equipment to Woods, right from the driver to his irons.

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