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A Tiger At Valley Ranch



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    SAN FRANCISCO - OCTOBER 10: Tiger Woods of the USA Team plays his second shot at the 16th hole during the Day Three Afternoon Fourball Matches in The Presidents Cup at Harding Park Golf Course on October 10, 2009 in San Francisco, California (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)

    When Tony Romo played at the Earl Woods Memorial Pro-Am in Bethesda, Maryland this July, he and his playing partner Tiger Woods must have done some serious bonding; most likely over a discussion of unattainably hot blonds, bromance seems to have blossomed. (Probably.)

    That must be why, according to the Dallas Morning News' Bill Nichols, Tiger greeted players at Valley Ranch on Tuesday (an off day) as he got his swell on in the weight room.

    Tiger sat in Jerry Jones' suite for the reportedly bad U2 concert on Monday night at JerryWorld, where he got a shout-out, along with Tony Romo and competing BFF candidate Jason Witten, by U2 front-man and possible Superfriends member, Bono.

    Perhaps Tiger was working off a $60 pizza that morning; or, perhaps, he's fearful that Vijay Singh might be making a run at his very indisputable most-jacked-guy-in-golf title.

    Whatever the case, the Cowboys welcomed Woods with open arms, backup quarterback Stephen McGee, in particular.

    "He's the greatest athlete of all time in my opinion,'' McGee said, in the DMN Cowboys Blog. "There's a lot to learn from Tiger. He's got a lot of major characteristics. He was in the weight room showing that work ethic you always hear about. He was really cool."