One of Auburn's most famous alums and biggest superfans attempts to change the schedule of an officially sanctioned PGA Tour event. The host was unsympathetic. For all intents and purposes, the 2013 golf year is over. But 18 of the best...Show More Summary
Venture back with me to 2011, when the PGA Tour season had long wrapped up and the only tournaments left on the year's schedule were Silly Season events and pocket-stuffer tournaments for the big names. Tiger Woods was set to host the...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods caused a stir during the second round of the WGC-Birdgestone Invitational, but came up just shy of the magic 59. Tiger Woods has accomplished nearly everything there is to accomplish on the PGA Tour... except shoot a 59. He's won and won and won some more. Show More Summary
Tiger had a player of the year-winning 2013 season, but he matched his fistful of PGA Tour victories with another, less auspicious No. 5 -- the number of years Woods has marked since he last lifted a major trophy. Tiger Woods won a PGA...Show More Summary
Jordan Spieth will take his place among a select group of PGA Tour pros when he steps in for Brandt Snedeker at the World Challenge hosted by TIger Woods. Jordan Spieth, the PGA Tour’s 2013 rookie of the year, will take the place ofShow More Summary
The last three months on the calendar are known as golf's silly season, with the game's best players trotting all over the globe fulfilling promo duties and raking in appearance fee cash at non-traditional events. The PGA Tour has attempted...Show More Summary
With the PGA Tour in its offseason, Tiger Woods has ample time to focus on his other passion: making money. His latest stop on the gravy train has him in Istanbul, Turkey, where yesterday he got paid to become the first man to hit a golf ball from Asia to Europe. Neat(?) Read more...
Since pro golfer Tiger Woods' name and likeness are no longer attached to EA's Tiger Woods PGA Tour golf series, he is free to explore deals with another publisher. That is exactly what Woods' agent Mark Steinberg is doing, as he isShow More Summary
Tiger Woods knows something about slumps, so when the 79-time PGA Tour winner says his pal Rory McIlroy has the game to win before the end of the year, perhaps he’s onto something. Woods, who Monday dropped a pay-for-play exhibition match in China to the former No. Show More Summary
EA Sports' popular PGA Tour game will no longer be named for Tiger Woods.
Tiger Woods will no longer grace the title, cover art or appear in the Tiger Woods PGA Tour video game series from Electronic Arts, according to ESPN.com. Woods, the biggest name in golf today, and EA, one of the largest publishers and...Show More Summary
Golf video games and Tiger Woods have gone together like butter on toast for what seems like an eternity. Not anymore. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 will end a 15-year-old franchise, as EA Sports have decided to part ways with the American golfer. Show More Summary
EA has ditched Tiger Woods for its PGA Tour golf game series. EA Sports golf chief Daryl Holt said both parties had "made a mutual decision to end our partnership". "We've always been big fans of Tiger and we wish him continued success in all his future endeavours," he added. Read more…
Tiger Woods and EA Sports' video game partnership has drawn to a close after a decade and a half, EA revealed today. There will be no more Tiger Woods PGA Tour games.Click To Continue Reading
EA Sports' 15-year relationship with PGA Tour cover athlete Tiger Woods has ended. In a post on the company's blog, Vice President and General Manager of Golf Daryl Holt said that the split was a mutual decision and wished Woods continued success. While this isn't on the scale of, say, separating...
The Tiger Woods PGA Tour series will end its 16-year run in 2013 as EA Sports announced it has parted ways with the star golfer. EA Sports will continue a golf simulation under PGA Tour branding on next generation consoles, the publisher said today. Read more...
Woods and EA end 15-year partnership. EA Sports' PGA Tour golf sim series will no longer don the name of golfing star Tiger Woods. Click here to read the full article
After years of Tiger Woods PGA Tour videogames, EA Sports and Tiger Woods are parting ways. "EA Sports and Tiger Woods have also made a mutual decision to end our partnership, which includes Tiger's named PGA Tour golf game," VP and GM of Golf Daryl Holt wrote. Show More Summary
EA Sports will no longer produce games with Tiger Woods' name attached. "EA SPORTS and Tiger Woods have also made a mutual decision to end our partnership, which includes Tiger's named PGA TOUR golf game. We've always been big fans of...Show More Summary
EA Sports is working on a new PGA Tour game for next-gen consoles. However, the new generation of golf games will come with more than just a graphical upgrade. The company is ending their relationship with Tiger Woods, with future games to be made in collaboration with PGA Tour "exclusively."