Yesterday a commercial from Nike was released featuring audio from the late father of Tiger Woods, Earl. In the spot, Earl said:
“Tiger, I am more prone to be inquisitive, to promote discussion. I want to find out what your thinking was. I want to find out what your feelings are. Did you learn anything?”
The only visual we get during Earl’s comments is a stoic image of Tiger.
I’ve since found the origin of the audio, and its context. Read more…
I recently obtained an exclusive screen shot of Nike’s second ad for The Masters:
Plumbing the depths of creativity in a bid to trim excess inventory - the Nike way.
Quote from Kultida Woods reported today by S.L. Price of Golf.com in a story completely unrelated to Tiger Woods Nike ad featuring his late father Earl Woods:
A decade ago in the Southern California winter Tida Woods sat outside the clubhouse at La Costa, grinning as she gave a tougher, less starry-eyed view of child rearing than Earl’s. “You will never, never ruin my reputation as a parent,” she said she always told young Tiger, “because I will beat you.”
They’d be lined up outside Nevada Bob’s if that’d made the final cut.