Tiger Woods Makes First Late Night Appearance Since Sex Scandal
Tiger Woods appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and put on a brave face as the comedian poked fun at him for being the butt of many jokes about his sex scandal. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
Tiger Woods returned to the talk show circuit for the first time since his jaw-dropping sex scandal. He appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
"It's been a year and a half since you've been on the show. What have you been up to?" Fallon asked.
"Nothing, just playing bad golf," Woods joked.
The golfer put on a brave face and even smiled sheepishly as Fallon poked fun at him for being the butt of countless jokes following revelations of his secret sex life.
"I want to thank you for the courage to come on a late night comedy program. It must have been painful and terrible situation but from a comedy standpoint and on behalf of my monologue writers, thank you," Fallon joked.
Woods was promoting his new video golf game and played with Jimmy Fallon and guest Amy Poehler.
And though his golf game isn't what it used to be, Woods is working towards a fresh start. He just moved into his new palatial mansion on Jupiter Island, Florida. The mansion has a pool, private beach, and a golf course.
"It is the biggest place ever seen in my life. It's a golf nerds' dream," Fallon said.
"Yeah it really is, thank you. It has four different greens and all the sands we play on tour," Woods said.
He also appeared on Good Morning America today and struck a more serious tone talking about his life as a single dad to daughter Sam and son Charlie.
"It's work, it's tough but enjoyable. We have a great time together and that's what's important. Family comes first," Woods said.
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