The meaning behind the logo of the WAAC clothing line that Kevin Na famously wears

Unlike other sports, golfers are allowed to wear their choice of clothing at tournaments. Usually, players wear clothes from famous sponsors like Adidas Golf, Greyson, Bogey Boys, etc. However, the spectators are confused because of the logo on Kevin Na’s jersey.

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Kevin Na is a Korean American golfer who plays for the PGA Tour. The 38-year-old is ranked 27 in the Official World Golf Rankings. Na has won five PGA Tour events, including the 2020-21 Sony Open in Hawaii.

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Although Kevin was born in South Korea, his family moved to America when he was 8 years old. After a year, he joined the junior golf program and, before graduating, became one of the best junior players. He turned professional at the age of 17 in 2001.

Unusual logo on Kevin Na’s shirt

Recently, onlookers couldn’t help but notice an unusual logo on Kevin’s shirts. The logo looks like a devil, and below it are the letters “WAAC”.

The logo may look unfamiliar to an American audience; however, it is not for a South Korean viewer. Na’s jersey comes from his sponsors at WAAC Golf, a golf apparel brand from South Korea.

The shirt also features Kevin’s personal logo on the back. It features Na taking the ball from the hole before it hits the basement.

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The habit of taking the ball from him before he hit the subway has gone viral since the legend Tiger Woods imitated that. Kevin and Tiger Woods were playing at a PGA Tour event. And as usual, Na pulled the ball out of the hole before it hit the basement.

Since Na is known for this, viewers didn’t care about his action. However, the goat was surprised and laughed because of this. As soon as it was his turn to put, Tiger mimicked Kevin’s actions. It not only cracked up the audience, but Na also found it amusing.

WAAC – the South Korean golf brand

WAAC Golf is a South Korean brand of golf apparel. The letters – WAAC stand for “win at all costs” and the logo is Waacky, their mascot. The company has just celebrated its 6th anniversary.

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Along with Kevin, WAAC also sponsors KLPGA players Hye Jeong Choi and Eun Soo Jang.

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Although it is difficult to get clothes from the brand, it is not impossible. Americans can order them from Korean stores and have them shipped to the United States.

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