Tiger Woods gets around. Whether it be globetrotting to Dubai to play on his course, or shamelessly throttling women every other weekend, the golfer is a stud.
He’s admitted his wrongdoings and will be back to the game next month at the PGA Tour’s most prestigious event, The Masters in Augusta.
EA Sports breathes a sigh of relief as the publisher, sticking with their man (and another), won’t have to worry about shipping a title with an inactive athlete.
“We’re looking forward to seeing Tiger back on the golf course,” EA Sports executive Peter Moore blogged recently. “All eyes will be on Augusta in a few weeks.”
Woods was dropped by several sponsors, including Accenture and the future of the Tiger Woods PGA Tour video game franchise was in question, but no more.
Everybody, glad to see Tiger return? He’s doing it at the place he began his career and at a club with some of the most respectful and reserved galleries in the game. That’ll make it easier, right?