"It's a handsome spot", he said after the second round of the BMW Championship on Friday, via ESPN. Many associate Kaepernick's inclusion with Nike's support of NFL players kneeling during the national anthem, and have burned their Nike products as a result.
Speaking from the BMW Championship, Woods says Nike is "trying to get out ahead" and "do something special".
After his rally in Montana on Thursday, Trump said, "I don't like what Nike did. Some pretty powerful people in the spot".
Colin Kaepernick's voice filled homes across America at the first break in the third quarter of the Falcons-Eagles NFL regular season-opener Thursday night.
Nike has always positioned itself as an edgy brand, willing to innovate - and that is perhaps why they have been the first to put a foot forward in this issue and support Kaepernick's crusade.
The endorsement deal between Nike and Kaepernick prompted a flood of debate.
If you haven't seen it, the inspirational Nike ad is well worth a watch.
"When corporate does things that are outside of golf and outside of my realm, that's what they do", Woods said.
Nike's swoosh logo was omnipresent on hats, polos and spikes for golfers at Aronimink Golf Club.
The Nike commercial, which has been criticized by United States President Donald Trump, was shown on American television during Thursday's National Football League season opener. "As an athlete of theirs, it's not my job to agree or disagree with whatever they do".
Nike's online sales appear to have surged in the week since it announced Colin Kaepernick as the face of its latest ad campaign.
On Friday we reported that College of the Ozarks terminated their partnership with the massive athletics brand after Nike released the "Just Do it" slogan's 30anniversary ad campaign. At the end of the day, this is all about everyone being treated equally and standing up to an issue that we have in the African American male community - which is the abuse that we've taken from our justice system.
Setting aside the obvious smear that Kaepernick or any of the other players who've protested during the anthem to draw attention to police brutality and inequality "hate our country", Patrick has apparently been feeding at the same trough as Ted Cruz and the Texas Republican Party.
Brooks Koepka, the PGA Championship victor and two-time U.S. Open champ, said the biggest victor might be the publicity sparked for Nike.