Admit it, we were all a little teary-eyed watching Tiger Woods capture the FedEx Cup and arguably the best comeback in sports history. Tiger Woods is feeling himself. And why shouldn’t he? There is no player who has ever strutted around professional golf fairways better than Woods. From club twirls to fist pumps to staring down opponents, the Tiger oeuvre is so much more than just golf shots and trophies.
The Tiger strut has always been there. It just got buried in recent years, when he was hobbling around tournaments, posting scores in the high 70s, and disappearing from the game entirely. But it was still in there. He’d done enough in golf to be as sure of himself as anyone who has ever played it, even if he was injured or his game was a shell of its former self.
But now, after a comeback season that was unthinkably successful, Woods is a 42-year-old embodiment of the the “I think I got my swagger back” kid. He rolled into Ryder Cup week fresh off his first win in five years, which he had no time to revel in before grabbing a Monster and taking the team redeye to Paris. Once he got there, he did the usual early-week media rounds in between practice and just let it rip.
Printed on a long-sleeve tee that has ribbed cuffs and a classic-fit. It's quarter-turned to eliminate center creasing and perfect for chilly days!
• 100% jersey knit
• Classic fit
• Double-needle ⅞” collar
• Taped neck and shoulders
• Long sleeve, ribbed cuffs