TEMPE, Ariz. -- How often is golfing with Tiger Woods an afterthought?
It happened Friday afternoon when Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins posted a photo of him and Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald together at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Thursday.
The random Cousins meeting took place on the same day that Fitzgerald played golf with Tiger Woods in Florida.
Believe it! pic.twitter.com/KrCqqpfZl9— Larry Fitzgerald Sr. (@FitzBeatSr) March 1, 2018
His jaunt to Florida this week was just Fitzgerald’s most recent adventure.
He’s well-known as an avid traveler, saying he has been to more than 90 countries. He hasn’t slowed down this offseason, jet-setting both domestically and internationally. A couple weeks after the Cardinals’ season ended on New Year’s Eve, Fitzgerald was in Orlando for the Diamond Resorts Invitational golf tournament. He made it back to Scottsdale, Arizona, to play in the Waste Management Phoenix Open Pro-Am, then flew to Minnesota for a few days at Super Bowl LII before heading to Pebble Beach, where he and Kevin Streelman paired to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Then Fitzgerald went to New Zealand before heading to South Korea to watch the Winter Olympics.
All by late February.
Exciting day of events at the Pyeongchang mountain cluster. Got excited when I saw the "Phoenix" Snow Park. Lol. Watched the woman's halfpipe medal round & then back to @TeamUSA House to watch other events. The time & effort they put into perfecting their craft is simply amazing! pic.twitter.com/yHPmcKl7be— Larry Fitzgerald (@LarryFitzgerald) February 21, 2018
But Fitzgerald isn’t done. He’s still planning on traveling to Rwanda at some point this offseason.