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Origin of Tiger Woods Nike Ad Audio Revealed

Origin of Tiger Woods Nike Ad Audio Revealed

The origin of Earl Woods‘ speech to Tiger Woods in the Nike ad released Wednesday has been discovered!

Earl, the late father of Tiger, was actually speaking about his wife, Kultida, in the excerpt used in the Nike spot. The interview with Earl took place in 2004 and was used in Tiger: The Authorized DVD Collection, according to ABC News.

In the clip, Earl‘s full quote is, “Authoritarian. Yea, Tida is very authoritative. She is very definitive. ‘Yes’ and ‘No.’ 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 and did you learn anything? So we were two different types but we co-existed pretty well.”

Earl Woods in Tiger: The Authorized DVD Collection
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  • kablamo

    Like I said before, stupid and shameless attempt at a PR spin.

  • martha

    The ad is unbelievably tasteless and creepy. Tiger is tasteless and creepy. Nike is tasteless and creepy for coming up with and running this ad.

  • McRad

    It may be a little creepy but Tiger needs all the support he can get at the moment. There’s not only the Masters pressure – there’s every attention-grabbing celebrity gunning for his spot. For more details:

  • blemished

    everyone llikes their own spin to spin their way… btw Earl is gone, hopefully Tiger can keep himself clear of anymore scandals.

  • GW

    How do I put this nicely……

    Tiger is a SCUMBAG! A real master liar.

  • mimi

    Tiger’s mother was a home-wrecker who broke up His father’s family and pushed Tiger and seems like a very harsh woman.
    His father, is the the last person to speak about cheating and family values.
    Worse than both- is to use a dead person’s voice to make a commercial.

  • boston61

    I think he really hates himself. That is why this black man had to get so many white girls (always white) to act like whores. He gets off on seeing them degrade themselves for little old him.

    He is a lot like Patrick Bateman in American Psycho.

  • lurker

    Creepy, cheater scumbag.