NIKE launched a transferring advert in tribute to Tiger Woods’ gorgeous comeback to win the Masters.
The highly effective clip makes use of footage from his childhood present his rollercoaster journey from a younger dream chaser to a 15-time main winner.
His sponsor had a business prepared and ready as he defied the chances to make historical past in Augusta.
The 43-year-old received his first main in 11 years after overcoming a humiliating intercourse scandal, a degrading DUI arrest and 4 again surgical procedures.
And Nike have used the advert to indicate his sensational story and to induce everyone to chase their dream with their trademark “Simply Do It” slogan.
The 52-second clip reveals flashbacks from all through his illustrious profession earlier than it ends with a strong message from a younger Woods.
Whereas being filmed as a teen, he confidently mentioned: “I am gonna beat Jack Nicklaus.”
And the American could possibly be on observe to make his childhood dream grow to be a actuality after he edged ever nearer to the The Golden Bear’s document of 18 main wins.
In the course of the clip, a message reads: “It is loopy to assume a 43-year-old who has skilled each excessive and each low and has simply received his 15th main is chasing the identical dream as a three-year-old.”
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The clip racked up over 275,000 retweets in 12 hours and Nike added the caption: “Never stop chasing your crazy dream #justdoit.”
After the incredible win, Nicklaus wrote on Twitter: “A big ‘well done’ from me to @TigerWoods! I am so happy for him and for the game of golf. This is just fantastic.”
Woods celebrated his achievement with his son 22 years after an Augusta clinch his dad.