Tiger Woods clears up confusion with latest Sun Day Red teaser

Tiger Woods' Sun Day Red has made an important announcement after the golfer's official launch of his clothing and apparel line was criticised.

Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods left golf fans scratching their heads for two reasons when he officially launched his clothing and apparel line Sun Day Red.

First of all, there were some who believed the 15-time major champion was ripping off customers with some sky-high prices. 

In fairness, it was always marketed as a 'premium' brand so what you can expect?

Many items sold out within hours but quite a lot of products have since surfaced on eBay at astronomical prices. 


Elsewhere, there no red products on offer. 

It represented a notable absence given Woods, now 48 years old, is synonymous with the colour. 

But, according to the brand, a red-themed collection 'All Things Red' will drop on 5 May. 

Teasing the announcement, their official X account showed a photograph of Woods wearing a red polo shirt and a black cap. 

The post was tagged: "Sunday's forecast: RED. #SunDayRed"

Woods explained the significance of the colour when he did a few media interviews to drum up some interest in Sun Day Red earlier in the week. 

He appeared on TODAY where he revealed why his daughter Samantha never wanted to follow in his footsteps by playing golf.

Woods also spoke of the close bond he shares with his teenage son Charlie and explained why he wanted to 'ruin' his Sun Day Red logo. 

And during an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Woods cracked up to memes that spread like wildfire during the 2024 Masters that appeared to show him shaking hands with a tree

Woods was actually shaking hands with CBS commentator Verne Lundquist who was calling his 40th and last Masters. 

Lundquist was on the mic when Woods chipped at the 2005 Masters. 

The commentator later revealed that what Woods said to him during that exchange reduced him to a blubbering wreck. 

Why does Tiger Woods wear red?

Woods has his mother, Tida, to thank. 

"The red story is actually a good one. It comes from my mom," Woods said.  

"My mom thought it was my being a Capricorn, whatever, it was my power colour or some B.S. thing like that.

"So I end up wearing red and end up winning some junior golf tournaments. And then, to spite her, I wore blue and I did not win those tournaments. So mama's always right."

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