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When you watch a tour event, you see the brands (via the logos on the NASCAR style hats and clothing) that a pro is sponsored by. If a pro doesn't want you to see that they play a certain model driver, a different headcover goes on it. If they play a putter outside of their sponsors tour van offerings tape often covers the logo. So it's safe to say that when you watch TV, if you see a logo somewhere, it's purposeful and someone wants you to see it. The question is, when you watch golf channel and it is a non-tour event (they are interviewing a player on a talk show segment, or doing a playing lesson for instance) how is the player allowed to walk around with logo'd gear. They have their staff bag, shirt, hat clubs with clear logos. As a non-tour event and these brands are getting a ton of air time, do they pay extra for these sorts of situations? Anyone know how this works? Just something I've been curious about.