Tiger Woods takes on caroling PGA Tour stars, including Rory McIlroy and Scottie Scheffler as they don top hats and tail coats to spread Christmas cheer in a TaylorMade video after a tumultuous year battling LIV Golf
- Tiger Woods leads TaylorMade’s Christmas carolers, featuring PGA Tour stars
- The advert features Rory McIlroy, Tommy Fleetwood and LPGA star Charley Hull
- The 15-time major winner leads the crew in ‘We Wish You a Merry Christmas’
- McIlroy comically lost his page mid-song before being assisted by Fleetwood
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Tiger Woods led TaylorMade’s Christmas carolers as Rory McIlroy, Tommy Fleetwood, Collin Morikawa, Scottie Scheffler and Charley Hull spread holiday cheer.
In the latest advert for the golf equipment giant, Woods is seen leading the pack in the same way he has on the course for years.
The 15-time major winner, wearing a top hat and Victorian-era attire, took the baton to lead his fellow golfing stars in a rendition of ‘We Wish you a Merry Christmas.’
Tiger Woods (L) leads TaylorMade’s carolers, along with Rory McIlroy and Tommy Fleetwood (R)
The carolers, who featured fellow TaylorMade players McIlroy, Fleetwood, Morikawa, Scheffler and LPGA star Hull, also donned costumes from Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
However, the festive song was almost derailed by McIlroy as the Northern Irishman comically lost his page and turned to the group in confusion.
The rest of the group, led by a beaming Morikawa front and center, plowed on as McIlroy frantically flicked through his sheet music – apparently it needed to sing the well-known holiday classic.
The festive sing-song was almost derailed by McIlroy as he seemed to lose his footing mid-song
But Fleetwood saved the day, helping his Ryder Cup partner get back on track for a happy and orderly finish.
The ad featuring golf stars in top hats, tailcoats and bonnets continues TaylorMade’s tradition of dressing their professionals in holiday attire from matching Christmas sweaters to recreating the famous pole scene from ‘A Christmas Story.’
The announcement comes ahead of a tumultuous year for golf amid a war between LIV Golf and the PGA Tour but Woods and McIlroy, who have been leading voices amid the turmoil, hope their joviality can provide peace associated with this time of year.