In the wake of Nike exiting the golf club business, Tiger Woods is still sorting out the equipment he'll use in his latest comeback. In the meantime, it appears the bag that will carry his clubs will have a new logo.
ESPN reports that Monster Energy will be the brand on Woods' bag when he tees it up at this week's Hero World Challenge. Monster is the second-biggest energy drink on the market, trailing only Red Bull.
Previously, MusclePharm was the logo featured prominently on Woods' bag. According to ESPN, the company paid Woods $2.5 million in May to terminate the deal -- which was originally supposed to run through June of 2018 -- early.
Titleist, Buick, AT&T, Nike, and Fuse Science have also been featured on Woods' bag. Woods' portfolio of endorsements isn't what it once was, but Monster will join Nike, Rolex, Upper Deck, Hero and Kowa as current sponsors.
Woods hasn't had many logos on display during his recovery from two back surgeries in 2015. The 14-time major champ hasn't played competitively in more than 15 months, but that is expected to change on Thursday.