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News Tiger Woods Played 8 Hours of Call of Duty a Day, But Couldn't Beat 7-Year-Olds

News Bot Oct 21, 2016

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    Appearing on The Late Show With Stepehen Colbert last night, golfing legend Tiger Woods spoke to Colbert about gaming, which we know he enjoys.

    Woods hasn't played in a professional golf tournament since August 2015 in part to recover from back surgery. Since he wasn't able to compete on the course, he fired up Call of Duty.


    "I like to practice and to compete all day; I like to grind it out. I wasn't able to do that on the golf course, so I applied the same intensity in my craft, my focus, to Call of Duty," he said, without cracking a smile. The crowd laughed, but Woods waved his finger and said "don't laugh" because he wasn't joking.

    Woods, who has an astounding 79 career professional wins, including 14 majors, said he had no trouble with the game's campaign (he didn't specify the game), but playing online was a different story.

    "I would spend eight hours a day; I'd get a 30-minute lunch break. I'd be in my reclining chair, playing; I thought I was good," he said. "I got through the campaign, no big deal. Then I went online. When seven-year-olds are beating you from around the world...humbling."

    This isn't the first time Woods, 40, has talked about his gaming habits. In December 2015, he said, "I am really good at playing video games, really good. I swear, that's basically how I pass a lot of my time."

    EA Sports dropped Woods as the cover star and namesake for its golf games in 2013. He was replaced by Rory McIlroy for the developer's new Rory McIlroy PGA Tour series.

    Woods was scheduled to play the Safeway Open last week but withdrew, saying his game was not ready. In the Colbert interview, Woods confirmed he'll be back soon, stating he'll play at the Hero World Challenge in December. The tournament is hosted by Woods and benefits his Tiger Woods Foundation.

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