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The Nike Golf Apologies Ad Reveals a Cheeky Truth

 - Feb 10, 2013
References: nike & highsnobiety
The new Nike Golf Apologies ad features none other than Tiger Woods, but this time it's alongside a bunch of amateurs who obviously have no sense of golf etiquette.

When playing golf, you're usually in a group of four. And ahead of you is a group of four. And behind you is another group of four. You're not supposed to play a hole until the group in front of you is finished. However, the amateurs in this ad play the hole anyway because they never expect to hit the ball from the tee to the green in one shot. However, now that they have Nike's new driver they hit the green and are forced to apologize.

The Nike Golf Apologies ad ends with a player eagerly apologizing to "Mr. Tiger."