EA Sports' 15-year relationship with PGA Tour cover athlete Tiger Woods has ended. In a post on the company's blog, Vice President and General Manager of Golf Daryl Holt said that the split was a mutual decision and wished Woods continued success. While this isn't on the scale of, say, separating the Madden name from the firm's NFL games, it's another part of the overall shift going on not only within EA Sports, but EA as a whole. Even without a poster boy, the company is still very much making PGA-licensed games. If you need proof, take a look at the work-in-progress screenshot up above and bask in the warmth of that next-gen sunshine. The firm posted a side-by-side comparison shot, pitting current hardware against what we'll be playing on in the future, and the difference is almost startling enough to make us say, "Tiger who?"