Eldrick Tont "Tiger" Woods is a professional golfer. He appeared in the episode "Sexual Healing".
Tiger Wood appears in two forms in "Sexual Healing". He appears primarily as a video game avatar, for his latest golf-game, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11, which, in truth, is more of a domestic abuse fighting game in which Tiger Woods and his wife, beat each other up following Tiger's constant sexual affairs. The game is a big hit for the boys, who find the idea of beating the crap out of Woods highly entertaining.
However, when a group of scientists come up with the outrageous theory that rich and famous men are having affairs solely because of an uncontrollable source, such as addiction, the real Tiger immediately claims that it is the reason he cheated on his wife so much. He, along with a group of other celebrities, as well as Kyle Broflovski and Butters Stotch,who are also diagnosed as sexual addicts, check into the Karne Institute for Sex Addiction. The Institute, however, does not teach its patients to control their addiction, but instead they teach them how to avoid getting caught again.
Later, President Barack Obama claims that sexual addiction is caused by a "Wizard Alien". Kyle and Butters later kill the Wizard Alien, who was actually a soldier who was willing to admit the truth about the "Sexual Addiction" matter, but was labeled by the government as a "turd in the punchbowl".
Following the death of the Wizard Alien, Woods and the other 'addicts' claim to be cured of their illness. Woods gives a speech saying that it's good that the sex addiction is gone and that he can be faithful to his wife. He also states that his wife won't have to get revenge by sleeping with a bunch of guys (at which point his wife looks at him and says nothing, implying that she will or has already slept with other guys) and that he will return to golf.
Tiger Woods wears brown pants, a blue shirt, and a dark blue business coat. He has short, black hair and has black facial hair.
- In the episode "200", he was one of the celebrities suing South Park.
- ""South Park" Sexual Healing (TV episode 2010)". IMDb.com.