“Behind the Signature: Tiger Woods Humorously Reveals the Origin of His Iconic Red and Black Outfit”

The signature red and black outfit seems to have brought a “supernatural” power to help Tiger Woods win tournaments.

The image of Tiger Woods, wearing his signature red shirt and black pants, confidently walking down the 18th fairway with a sea of fans following, has been etched into world sports history. This outfit is Woods’ go-to outfit for the final day of a tournament, a day that usually ends with him adding another trophy to his growing collection.

Woods previously described his father, Earl, as “his best friend and greatest role model” after his death in 2006, but while on the television show “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Tuesday, the 48-year-old golfer revealed that his mother, Kultida, played a key role in him donning the now-famous red and black suit.

Video of Tiger Woods sharing the story of his red outfit on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

“My mom thought because I was a Capricorn that red was my power color, or some nonsense like that. I ended up wearing red and won a few tournaments,” Woods said. shared with host Jimmy Fallon. “Then to defy my mother, I wore blue, and then I didn’t win those tournaments. So my mother was always right.”

It seems Woods’ mother had a sharp “hunch”, as her son has now notched up 82 wins on the PGA Tour, including 15 Major titles, and is widely recognized. is one of the greatest golfers of all time.

In addition to the humorous story about the origin of the famous outfit, Woods also took time to discuss his 15-year-old son Charlie, who is trying to create his own golf career, and the sports fashion brand “Sun Day Red” just launched after ending a 27-year contract with Nike earlier this year. In particular, Woods also had the opportunity to comment on the famous photo that has become a “meme” spreading on the internet.

The photo of Tiger Woods shaking hands with the “tree” at The Masters 2024 has spread on the internet

Specifically, photographers captured the scene of Woods shaking hands with veteran commentator Verne Lundquist at the 16th hole of The Masters this year. From the angle of that photo, Woods looks as if he’s shaking hands with a tree. Woods said he still remembers that moment vividly and laughed with Fallon about the “meme” images based on the original photo.

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