Just last week, Tiger Woods took part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge alongside Rory McIlroy. The two doused each other and -- if you remember -- Tiger got the better of Rory with the ice bucket.
Tiger may not be able to swing a golf club right now due to injury, but he's turning into a scratch player when it comes to dumping ice-cold buckets of water on people.
The latest example came Tuesday night at the Turning Stone Resort in Verona, N.Y.
Woods was there with buddy Notah Begay III for a VIP dinner in support of Begay's NB3 Foundation Challenge.
Ray Halbritter, Oneida Nation Representative and Nation Enterprises CEO (the Oneida Indian Nation owns and operates the Turning Stone Resort), accepted the challenge after being nominated from some friends.
Sharing the stage with Woods, Begay and Golf Channel's Mark Rolfing, Halbritter immediately nominated Rolfing to take the challenge.
Without missing a beat, Woods grabbed an ice bucket and doused Rolfing.
Based on the video, it looks like Woods enjoys this stuff:
As Rolfing's colleague Gary Koch might say, that was "better than most!"