Tiger Woods lands new sponsorship with nutrition company

Mark Steinberg and Tiger Woods probably discussing another endorsement deal. (Getty Images)
Mark Steinberg and Tiger Woods probably discussing another endorsement deal. (Getty Images)

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Tiger Woods might not be playing golf but he's still racking up those endorsement deals. 

On Wednesday it was announced that Wooods will have a new bag sponsor from a company called MusclePharm when he returns to the tour. 

According to the Wall Street Journal the multi-year sponsorship will extend beyond just his bag, too.

"Woods will also be featured in MusclePharm advertisements and commercials. He will further support the brand via appearances and social media promotion."

MusclePharm is a nutrition company that sells various powders and pills to supplement your workouts.

"One of the keys to success as an athlete is making sure you are fueling your body properly, which is at the core of MusclePharm's mission," said Woods. "This golf bag venture is a great way to launch this partnership. I look forward to working with MusclePharm to help people achieve their peak physical form."

Other MusclePharm athletes include Laron Landry, Colin Kaepernick, Eric Decker, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Kyle Porter began his sports writing career with CBS Sports in 2012. He covers golf, writes poetry about Rory McIlroy's swing, stays ready on Tiger watch and loves the Masters more than anyone you know.... Full Bio

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