Earlier this year, Tom Brady launched his new line of sports apparel, aptly titled the Brady brand.
The seven-time Super Bowl winning QB immediately signed NIL (Name, Image, Likeness) deals with college quarterbacks Cade McNamara (Michigan), Shedeur Sanders (Jackson State) and Grayson McCall (Coastal Carolina), along with several other athletes.
The 45-year-old icon recently launched a performance and tech-focused golf collection, partnering with D1 college golfers Cole Hammer (Texas) and Michael Brennan (Wake Forest).
According to an ESPN profile, Brady designed his sports apparel with a focus on comfort and movement for the football field and wanted to replicate that end product for the golf space.
Always know your play🏌️♂️ https://t.co/xgCtxFq0hL
— BRADY (@bradybrand) April 14, 2022
“If you look at some of the real classical golf shots of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Sam Snead, it was very formal golf attire and I think we’re looking for more performance, functional golf where the clothes move with you,” Brady told ESPN.
“They’re structured in a way that they look good, but then when you’re going through your golf swing, they’re very unrestricted. It’s got some protection, it breathes well, it moves well; I wish it helped my golf swing, but it definitely helps with my look.”
In this year’s edition of Capital One’s The Match (June 1), Brady will team with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The Hall of Fame duo will take on young gun QBs Josh Allen of Buffalo and Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes.