'South Park' Makes Video Game of Tiger Woods' Troubles
By PopEater Staff Posted Mar 18th 2010 06:30AM
In the game, the troubled golf superstar and his wife engage in a battle to the death on the golf course, where Woods can lose endorsements and Nordegren uses a "pre-nup power-up" to defeat her husband.
Woods recently announced his return to golf. He had been on a hiatus since a Thanksgiving car accident -- where many alleged Nordegren beat him with a golf club -- that led the exposure of his many affairs. Watch the 'South Park' Clip After the Jump!
"It's such an important issue in America right now -- the sex addiction outbreak," 'South Park' creator Matt Stone said of the episode. "We're all really concerned about him and hope he gets better."
"There's a delicacy in talking about [Woods] that we don't have to worry about," he added.
This is not the first time 'Park' has taken aim at celebrities. The long-running cartoon has lambasted Tom Cruise, R. Kelly, Steve Irwin, Michael Jackson and many more during its tenure.
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