Tiger Woods may have lost his wife, his children, his endorsement deals and his squeaky clean image, but the most famous golfer ever has gained one thing: huge sales for the latest Woods video game. According to EA, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters had the best first-week sales of any Woods game. The game topped 225,000 units sold and upped the previous record by 17% set in 2007. That's a pretty huge jump, eh?
Last year's Tiger Woods video game was a bit of a stinker -- Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 dropped 68 percent compared to the previous year's sales.
My question: has Tiger's image been rehabilitated, or is the sales of the game the result of some occurrence or situation outside of this question.