Tiger Woods Played 'Call of Duty' 8 Hours a Day When Healing From Surgery

Tiger Woods is an inveterate video gamer.

Golf legend Tiger Woods has been out of the game for quite some time. The winner of 14 major tournaments has not competed in a PGA tournament in over a year. The 11-time PGA Player of the Year was a guest on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert yesterday, and he revealed what he's been doing with his time off.

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Over the past year, Woods has had two back surgeries and been unable to compete—on the golf course, that is. Woods loves to compete and have an all day grind, but since he couldn't make it onto the links, he focused all of his intensity on the video game Call of Duty.

And not just a couple of games per night. Woods admitted to playing the game all day long, eight hours a day, with only one 30-minute lunch break. That's a lot of video gaming. Playing that much, you might be thinking that Woods was dominating people online, but he wasn't. After he succeeded at campaign mode, he said he switched over to multiplayer online and was getting beat by 7-year-olds around the world.

To see more of the interview, check out the video below:


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