Tiger Woods' whirlwind media tour came to a close on Thursday night as the world's richest golfer sat down with Jimmy Fallon on his Late Night Show. Earlier in the day, Woods sat down with Tom Rinaldi to discuss where his head was at, whether he's lost a step and what events he plans to compete in this year. Woods announced he'd be adding the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill next week as a tune-up for the 2011 Masters in his interview with Rinaldi, a stark contrast to the light-hearted nature of Fallon's interview.
Woods took his lumps on Fallon's show as the late-night talk show host let the sexual innuendo fly his way while thanking him for giving comedians everywhere years worth of material. Woods took everything in stride, opening the interview by saying he's been quote "playing bad golf" after Fallon asked what he's been up to.
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The media tour comes as EA Sports nears the release of Tiger Woods '12, featuring the Augusta and The Masters for the first time. Woods will try to get back on track at Bay Hill ahead of the 2011 Masters at Augusta National.