It also will run online across various music, gaming and entertainment platforms, Nike said.
Despite a steep initial loss after the announcement of the controversial ad, Nike's stock (NKE) reversed its losses and climbed to $80.30, an increase of one percent from the drop to $79.01 on Tuesday.
The decision to feature the former NFL player - he claims he's been illegally barred from the league for kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial inequality - has already drawn multiple criticisms from President Trump.
The two-minute spot released on Wednesday highlights superstar athletes LeBron James, Serena Williams and others. It's a handsome spot. "When corporate does things that are outside of golf and outside of my realm, that's what they do".
"I think Nike's trying to get out ahead of it and try and do something that's special".
Woods has been a big part of Nike Golf through his 14 major championships, no moment more indelible than when his chip shot on the 16th green at the Masters hung on edge of the cup for two seconds - with the swoosh facing the camera - before dropping. "It's a attractive spot and pretty powerful people (are) in the spot".
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Claire Montgomery, representing Mallya, reiterated that the prosecution had failed to make out a case against her client. The lawyer further said, "There is no evidence that Mallya or Kingfisher applied for bank loans with bad intent".
"I think it's a bad message that [Nike] are sending and the objective of them doing it, maybe there's a reason for them doing it".
"College of the Ozarks has stated its views regarding patriotism, the American flag, and the national anthem", the statement said, noting that in October It "revised its contracts for competition in all sports, adding a stipulation that all participating players and coaches show respect for the American flag and national anthem".
On Monday, Nike announced that Colin Kaepernick would be the face of their 30th anniversary "Just Do It" campaign, unveiling an ad featuring Kaepernick's face that read, "Believe in something".