Tour of the Tiger – From Golf Course to Hollywood screen

Legendary Golfer of the century and the buzzing celebrity of the last month of the bygone year – Tiger Woods might climb another milestone as his much googled infidelity scandal would be captured on the reels! It is being heard that a number of Hollywood directors / producers are setting their cameras to shoot the real life scam in the reels.

According to the sources, Oscar winner eminent actor Cuba Gooding Jr. is likely to play the multimillion dollar golfer-cum-multi mistress man! There are many producers who are keen to turn the legendary golfer’s much buzzed scandal into money printer!

When it comes to successful and rich celebs, people always love to see them fall from the peak. The same factor would be applying in tiger’s case. And before the charm of this scam gets over from the mind of people, Hollywood giants are trying best to click it on cam at the earliest.

It was November 27th‘s car crash near his villa when this eminent golfer jolted the world by issuing a statement of confession of his infidelity. The reports were on the boom of him being beaten by his wife elin – the former super model. Woods, who has chosen to remain isolated from the professional golf world by declaring an indefinite break from his most beloved profession – Golf has found no end to his unfortunate luck as the his ex-model wife eyes to divorce his unfaithful – sex addicted husband which could cost him half of his billion dollar empire. Elln may walkout from tiger’s life with as much as 169 million dollars in divorce from tiger.

Did Woods Have Plastic Surgery After Fight with His Wife Elin?

Legendary golfer Tiger Woods turns 34 today…
But now-a-days new rumors claims that Tiger Woods needed his face rebuilding after his angry wife Elin Nordegren hit him with a golf club, late last month. That’s the reason of Woods has been avoiding the public eye recently because of the plastic surgery.

According to the blogosphere, during the altercation that set off a media frenzy, Elin reportedly threw a club at Tiger’s face, not only smashing his face, and requiring several stitches, but chipping quite a few teeth as well.

Tiger is transported to the hospital with Elin in the ambulance, and as they arrive Mark is there waiting for them. The people from the hospital and the doctors take Tiger in for X-Rays etc to check out the damage caused. The doctors tell Mark there is not much they can do to repair the teeth and the gash, but the doctor knows a cosmetic dentist and plastic surgeon in Phoenix who will make Tiger look as if nothing happened. Tiger tells Mark to get the jet ready and let’s head to Phoenix to get this done.

Tiger has not made any public appearances or statements due to the surgery and plastic surgery he had in PHX. It will be about another month if not more before he gets in front of a camera. Yes, Tiger is hitting golf balls late at night at Bay Hill out of their teaching center.

Lets hope for best in his life…..

Wish “Happy B’Day” to Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods – B’day

London, Dec 29: With no family, friends and alleged high-class madames around, it’s going to be a lonely birthday for troubled celebrity golfer Tiger Woods who turns 34 Wednesday.

There is a rumor that Tiger will spend his B’day in isolation……but…

Lets wish him that his coming year brings out him from all problems  of his life and we can get back a great golfer back….

Tiger Woods Announces INDEFINITE BREAK From Golf

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We won’t be seeing Tiger Woods on the golf course for a while.

Woods announced Friday night, on his Web site, that he is taking an “indefinite break” from golf. Woods begins his four-paragraph statement by saying that he is aware how much disappointment his infidelities have caused, and apologizing again for those infidelities.

It may not be possible to repair the damage I’ve done,” he writes, “but I want to do my best to try.

He then writes:
“After much soul searching, I have decided to take an indefinite break from professional golf. I need to focus my attention on being a better husband, father, and person.”

As for the poll above, the PGA Tour and 99-percent of PGA Tour players will be voting for “by the 2010 Masters” because they desperately need Tiger on tour. During Woods’ 8-month absence from golf following knee surgery in 2008, PGA Tour television ratings tumbled dramatically, golf Web sites lost tons of readers, print media buried golf stories. Bad economy plus no Tiger equals major headaches for pro golf.

But publicly, the PGA Tour issued this statement from Commissioner Tim Finchem: “We fully support Tiger’s decision to step away from competitive golf to focus on his family. His priorities are where they need to be, and we will continue to respect and honor his family’s request for privacy. We look forward to Tiger’s return to the PGA Tour when he determines the time is right for him.”

Here is the full text of Woods’ statement:
I am deeply aware of the disappointment and hurt that my infidelity has caused to so many people, most of all my wife and children. I want to say again to everyone that I am profoundly sorry and that I ask forgiveness. It may not be possible to repair the damage I’ve done, but I want to do my best to try.

I would like to ask everyone, including my fans, the good people at my foundation, business partners, the PGA Tour, and my fellow competitors, for their understanding. What’s most important now is that my family has the time, privacy, and safe haven we will need for personal healing.

After much soul searching, I have decided to take an indefinite break from professional golf. I need to focus my attention on being a better husband, father, and person.

Again, I ask for privacy for my family and I am especially grateful for all those who have offered compassion and concern during this difficult period.

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Lee Westwood ends long wait for European victory

Lee Westwood wore Tiger Woods red on Sunday as he attempted to end two years in Europe without a victory.

Francesco Molinari wore Stewart Cink ogre-green as he tried to end three years without a victory. As usual Tiger-red triumphed and with this win at the Portugal Masters Westwood now goes top of the Race to Dubai ahead of Rory McIlroy.

The 36-year-old Englishman was both skilful and fortunate. On the 17th hole he baled out of his dangerous second shot over water, but was lucky that his nervy hoik finished in an ornamental shrubbery near a path from which he got a free drop.

The bad news was that he now faced a flop shot, off a bare lie, over some small trees, to a green with water beyond. He said earlier in the week that the weakness in his game is from 80 yards in. On Sunday Westwood played one of the shots of his life, all but holing the pitch and leaving a tap-in for birdie. It was just reward for an awful lot of hard work in the previous two years.

Poor Molinari watching back in the fairway must have been cursing his luck. The Italian had just jabbed a short putt for par left of the hole on the 16th green, having putted brilliantly earlier in the afternoon. But his old weakness had come back at the crucial moment.

At the start of the week Westwood said he wanted put himself in a position where a win in Dubai next month would guarantee he would finish top of the money list. By Saturday night it was no longer about the money, it was about winning.

Westwood’s caddie Billy Foster, who used to caddie for Seve Ballesteros, has been reprising the great Spaniard’s mantra all week “second is no good.” On Sunday evening Westwood became a winner again, just as he was back in 2000 when he had six victories and was known as the most ruthless closer on tour. Westwood can now take that winning feeling on into next year’s majors, having become such a formidable player in the big championships.

But spare a thought for Molinari. Like Westwood he is one of the best ball strikers on Tour, but Molinari fears the putter. Before his round Gary Wolstenholme, the conqueror of Molinari in the semi-final of the 2003 Amateur Championship, said: “Can he conquer his nerves? He was exceptionally long as an amateur but his putting was always a genuine weakness.” This time the weakness proved still as genuine as this Italian, who can yet become an important member of Colin Montgomerie’s Ryder Cup team.

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Tiger Woods savours WGC-Bridgestone Invitational win

Tiger Woods admitted he will celebrate his WGC-Bridgestone Invitational win “quickly” before turning his attention to the US PGA, which begins on Thursday.

Following his disastrous Open championship at Turnberry, where he missed the cut, Woods has won two tournaments in a row, and is eyeing a third at the Hazeltine National in Chaska, Minnesota this weekend.

“It’s going to be a quick turnaround,” Woods said. “I’ll be out there tomorrow. I’ll celebrate quickly.

“I’m going to play Monday and Tuesday and then do nothing on Wednesday, just practice, that’s it. Get to know the golf course a little bit on Monday and Tuesday and then shut it down Wednesday.”

Woods won the Buick Open in Michigan on Aug 2 and followed it up with a four-stroke win over Padraig Harrington and Robert Allenby at Firestone Country Club yesterday.

And he insisted the two wins came as a relief following his performance at Turnberry, although he argues it was not as bad a performance as some were led to believe.

“I just felt that I had six bad holes, and that six bad holes took me out of the championship, and I only missed the cut by a shot,” he said.

“it wasn’t, I don’t think, as bad as everyone thought it would have been. You’ve just got to not have those bad stretches, just clean it up a little bit.

“I was able to do it the last couple weeks, and instead of having a bad stretch, I had positive ones,” he added.

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