Monday, March 25, 2013
Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer Beat Up Would-Be Trophy Stealers
Ah, the ol' Omaha Spread. "Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14" is set for release on Tuesday, and what better way to promote it than by having its two cover athletes fending off a gang of trophy-stealers who try to interrupt the duo as they're walking to their helicopter.
Newest world number one Tiger Woods and one of golf's greatest of all time, Arnold Palmer promote the newest game in the EA Sports series with a pretty great video. Who knew that an 83-year-old drink mogul had hand-to-hand combat skills like that?
As for Woods, for the first time since late 2010, he is back atop the world rankings after finishing first at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill in Orlando on Monday.
This is Tiger's eighth win at the Palmer Invitational, finishing 13-under and two strokes ahead of Justin Rose. Woods tied the record for most wins at a single tournament all-time, matching Sam Snead's totals at the Greater Greensboro Open. The win also gives him 77 all-time, just five behind the career record, again held by Snead.