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Topic: Golf

FedEx Saves Face for Golf-Loving Metalheads

BBDO manages to make club delivery entertaining

If Alice Cooper has taught us anything—which is highly debatable, I'll admit—it's that freaky, leather-clad rockers with reputations for raising hell really just want to play golf. So you have…

Golf Titles Gear Up for Masters Tournament

'Sports Illustrated,' Condé Nast magazines pushing special content

March Madness may be the big news in sports at the moment, but for golf fans across the country, it’s all about April—and the Masters. The tournament, which takes place…

Ad of the Day: Callaway

Golf isn't as boring when you're whacking balls off a Las Vegas skyscraper

Sports ads are supposed to be fun. Whether it's a guy in Nikes making an impossible basket or a girl in Adidas racing to the finish line, there's always an…

Ad of the Day: FedEx

Shipping your golf clubs is supernaturally easy in BBDO's latest

Golf clubs, among a certain segment of the population, are literally the most precious cargo imaginable. Is FedEx reliable enough to handle them? A pair of new BBDO spots (tied…

EA Sports Made a Great Early Bet With Rory McIlroy

Nike might want him now, but EA Sports was the brand that bet early on Rory McIlroy, the young golfer from Northern Ireland who won the U.S. Open this weekend—following…

NBC Apologizes for 'Under God' Blunder at U.S. Open

'Indivisible' and 'one nation' got the ax, too

NBC is apologizing for a controversial blunder made during its U.S. Open broadcast. The network opened its Sunday coverage of the golfing event with a patriotic pre-taped segment that featured…

Nike Golf Spot Seems More About Horses Than Golf

So, the horse from The Ring is in this new Nike commercial that's supposedly about golf balls, but it's kind of hard to tell since very little in the ad…

EA trying to lighten mood with Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 is coming out in a few days, and Electronic Arts surely didn't expect Tiger to completely sink his reputation since the game first went…

Coors Light ladies talented at juggling balls

Random women are no longer allowed to sleep with Tiger Woods, so they are forced to stand around re-enacting his Nike ads. In this entertaining Coors Light viral, three…

Nike CEO defends Tiger Woods commercial

Here's Nike CEO Mark Parker speaking about Tiger Woods at last week's Innovation Uncensored conference in New York, hosted by Fast Company. Asked how tough it's been to stick by…

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