Golf legend Tiger Woods is going from golfing to gifting this season and donning his Santa suit once more, bringing a festive twist to TaylorMade's holiday campaign.
Known for his incredible feats on the golf course, Woods is embracing a different role this season, reviving his viral holiday alias, Mac Daddy Santa.
"Mac Daddy Santa is coming to town," announced TaylorMade, fueling excitement among golf fans and holiday enthusiasts alike.
In the star-studded Christmas commercial for TaylorMade, Woods appears as a Mac Daddy Santa Claus, overseeing a workshop bustling with famous elves, including Rory McIlroy, Scottie Scheffler, and Nelly Korda.
This creative depiction plays homage to Woods' 2016 social media post where he first introduced the world to Mac Daddy Santa, a fun tradition adored by his kids.
Xmas tradition that my kids love. Mac Daddy Santa is back! -TW pic.twitter.com/pCWZNNKPRG— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) December 22, 2016
Aside from spreading holiday cheer, Woods has been active on the golf circuit.
Following a right ankle surgery post-Masters in April, Woods participated in the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas, finishing 18th in a 20-golfer field.
He also joined his son, Charlie Woods, at the PNC Championship in Orlando, where Team Woods finished T5, 19-under par.
Looking ahead to 2024, Woods remains optimistic about his PGA Tour return. Despite limited play in 2023, his confidence remains unshaken.
"I know if I can practice, I know I can still do it. I can still hit the golf ball. Can still chip. I can still putt," Woods expressed, showcasing his enduring passion for the game.