Greyson Clothiers appeared to endorse signing Tiger Woods' teenage son Charlie to an apparel deal - only to delete the post a few hours later.
The 47-year-old was of course decked out in Nike clothing as he has done so for nearly 30 years.
But recently there has been speculation his most recent outing was the last time we are going to see the golfer representing the sportswear giant.
Nike are rumoured to be considering shutting down their entire golf division, according to the No Laying Up podcast.
Woods indicated there may be truth to the rumours by repeating the same, five-word answer to a journalist who pressed him on the topic.
But what added more fuel to the most recent rumours was the fact that Charlie was wearing Greyson apparel.
He typically wears the same outfits as his father at the PNC.
NFL legend Larry Fitzgerald posted a picture of Charlie and wrote: "Welcome to the @greysonclothiers family, Charlie".
Hours later the post was deleted. Charlie is not listed as a Greyson ambassador but if he eventually wears their product it would be no surprise given his ties to Justin Thomas.
Other golfers who wear Greyson include Alison Lee, Sam Ryder, Harry Higgs, Kelly Kraft, Erik van Rooyen and Akshay Bhatia.
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