Why does Tiger Woods always wear a RED shirt on the final day of a major? – The Sun

WATCH enough Tiger Woods playing golf and you will notice that one thing never changes.

Not the huge crowds, not the wild drives and amazing recoveries – but the fact he always wears a red shirt on the final day of a tournament – whether it be a Major or an ordinary PGA Tour event.

Why does Tiger Woods always wear a red shirt for the final round?

Red typically is seen as a sign of danger.

And Woods' competitors used to think that when they saw his name charging up a leaderboard.

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But it turns out the colour has a simpler meaning.

Woods has previously said of always wearing red: "I've worn red ever since my college days basically, or junior golf days – big events on the last day.

"I just stuck with it out of superstition and it worked.

"I just happened to choose a school that actually was red, and we wore red on our final day of events. So it worked out.

"I came out here and I continued it.

"I've had a few wins wearing red, and it's not going to change."

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