Tiger Woods Red Shirt: Why Does Tiger Wear Red on Sunday Rounds?
Tiger Woods Is Wearing Red During the Final Found of the 2010 Masters, a Tradition That Started Years Ago. Why Does Tiger Woods Always Wear a Red Shirt on the Final Day of a Tournament?
A lot has changed about Tiger Woods over the last few months. The golfing icon has had his reputation torn to bits since news of his personal life became public. One thing hasn't changed, however--Tiger Woods' red shirt.
Tiger Woods is wearing a red shirt during the final round of the 2010 Masters. That's not a surprise to anyone who has followed his career. Tiger Woods always wears a red shirt in the final Sunday round of major tournaments.
Don't believe it. Take a quick look at a Google Images search query for Tiger Woods red shirt and you'll see that he definitely has a taste for red shirts and black pants.
Why Does Tiger Woods Wear a Red Shirt?
There appears to be more than one reason why Tiger Woods wears red on the final day of a tournament. The choice of red shirt is likely tied to the school colors of Stanford University, his alma mater.
His mother Kultida is also a fan of the color red. Tiger Woods once appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and said that he wears red on Sundays because his mother feels that it is a "power color."
One newspaper report confirms that Tiger's mom is a fan of the color red.
Yeah, right. It might be the lightest shade of red in the history of golf attire, but Woods is not about to defy his mother, who convinced him as a youngster that a person born under the sign of the Capricorn gains extra powers while wearing red.