PALM HARBOR, Fla. (AP) -- Tiger Woods won't replace AT&T with a new corporate sponsor on his golf bag when he returns at the Masters, instead using his Nike brand.
AT&T dropped him as a sponsor on Dec. 31 in the midst of the infidelity scandal.
It will be the first time since he turned pro that Woods has used an existing sponsor on the bag, where companies get prime exposure.
Mark Steinberg, his agent at IMG, says Woods is not pursuing new business deals at this time. He said Friday that Woods will use his "TW" brand at Nike at Augusta National.
It will be the fourth logo on Woods' bag in his professional career.