Found January 17, 2013 on
The latest Nike golf commercial featuring Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy has gone viral with nearly 4 million views as of this writing. In the ad, Woods and McIlroy play a game of "Can you top that?" at the driving range by sinking outrageous long range shots into all sorts of cups.
The ad is appropriately called "No Cup is Safe".
Some may find it noteworthy that Woods and McIlroy were never actually together for the filming of this commercial.
Video via NikeGolf. H/T BI.
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