While Tiger Woods' missing tooth has been dominating the headlines, the 14-time major winner has quietly gotten back to business, inking a multi-year deal with Full Swing Golf, a San Diego-based company that makes golf simulators.
Woods says he's used the simulators for years at The Champions Grill at Isleworth, and plans on installing them at his new course, El Cardonal at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and at his home in Jupiter, Fla.
Full Swing Golf announced the move in a press release and sent out the following tweet on Wednesday during the PGA Merchandise Show:
The news was confirmed by Woods himself on Twitter a short time later.
Excited to be part of @fullswinggolf. Can't wait to see how this new technology will help my game.— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) January 21, 2015
The simulators are used mostly as training aids, with the ability to replicate golf courses from around the world.