Tiger’s going to tee off in the Masters today, and below is the new Nike ad featuring the voice of Tiger Woods’ late father, Earl. It’s basically a sponsored apology, which doesn’t exactly ooze sincerity.

I don’t know — Woods in an ad for a company that in part allowed him the means to do what he got caught doing is kind of like seeing Bill Clinton doing an ad for Gurkha Grand Reserves just after his impeachment — voiced over by Hillary:

If this doesn’t work, I heard through the grapevine that Nike has a different version ready to go designed to appeal to the female demographic. That one features a somber looking Elin Woods listening to her mother’s voice saying, “Cut his d*#k off! Cut his d*#k off!”


3 Responses to “Tiger Woods’ New Ad: I’m Sorry, My Late Father Has Scolded Me, So Buy Nike Stuff”

  1. Scott B on April 8th, 2010 6:17 pm

    I think I'll go get some new Reebok shoes… and NHL jerseys.

    (Reebok has the contract for the NHL uniforms as of late)

  2. Rick on April 8th, 2010 4:18 pm

    lol.Woods as Master’s Mozart…someone update that boring piano music,pleazzzzzzzzzzz.

  3. Nanny on April 8th, 2010 11:04 pm

    I used to be amazed at his skills on the golf course and admired him for his programs and philanthropy to his various organizations. Not so much anymore. I guess I must be racist.

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