Charlie Woods Ditches Nike? Tiger’s Son Reportedly Makes a Massive Announcement

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Rumors about the ongoing nature of the negotiations between Tiger Woods and his long-lasting sponsor, Nike, are the topic of contention in the realm of golf currently. While an official verdict on the matter remains due, the latest move by Woods’s son, Charlie Woods, is hinting at a possible split.

It has come to the golf world’s attention that Junior Woods has ended up ditching Nike and signing with another golf apparel brand instead. This massive announcement has left curious fans wondering what’s next.

Tiger Woods and Nike’s 27-year-long partnership is going through a rough patch at the moment. It’s being speculated that it is either make or break for this deal between billionaires. Charlie Woods’s recent wild decision to sign with an apparel brand, Greyson Clothiers, that is not his father’s long-time sponsor has added fuel to the fire of rumors of their split.

Greyson Clothiers is a famous golf clothing and apparel brand for men, women, and youth alike. They focus on making their products fashionable and functional at the same time. The 14-year-old has been welcomed by Larry Fitzgerald, the MVP of Greyson’s pack, himself.

A recent tweet by TWLegion on X reported the news of the declaration of this new partnership between Greyson Clothiers and Charlie on their official Instagram account. The NFL sensation, Larry Fitzgerald welcomed the young golfer to the team on his Instagram, and wrote, “Welcome to the @greysonclotheirs family, Charlie.” The company reposted this heartfelt welcome message on their official Instagram account, and hence confirmed the 14-year-old’s deal with them, amidst speculation regarding his dad’s split with the billion-dollar giant, Nike.

This has increased speculation of a possible goodbye by his famous father to Nike, as Charlie has not followed in his footsteps and has joined another brand. Even though Woods recently gave a cryptic message when asked for updates on the Nike matter, stating that he is still wearing the brand’s clothes, his son’s decision states otherwise.

If the two matters are related to one another or not? It’s tough to say. But Charlie Woods not joining Nike, the brand that has become an intricate part of his father’s legacy, is a sign. Only time will tell what the final verdict is on this matter; however, Charlie Woods’s new decision seems to be speaking for itself.

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