Tiger Woods on the prowl but speculation won't distract him

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Another high profile break up for Tiger Woods from American Alpine Skier, Lindsey Vonn, has been one of the reasons why his on course displays have been less than satisfactory.

Latest news out of America is not going to make it any easier. It has been alleged that Woods has been dating Jason Dufner’s ex wife, Amanda Boyd. However the “serial cheater” was to have allegedly been ‘seeing’ the afore mentioned lady, whilst he was dating Vonn. This can’t end well.

Daily Mail had reported on May 12 2015, that Tiger was dumped by Vonn for cheating. It was alleged by Miss Vonn that she had found out not by “checking his texts” but by “Tiger confessing”.


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She had caught him during the Farmers Insurance Open in February. Despite the fact that there were no names mentioned in the article, recent media coverage has pointed the finger at Amanda Boyd, Dufner’s ex.

The National Enquirer have stated that “Woods and Boyd had begun their relationship whilst he was still with Lindsey Vonn.” This would make sense to most people as The Farmers was held just one week before Jason and Amanda had gone on their separate ways.

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Will Tiger Ever Change?

After a car crash outside his home in Florida, caused by Woods fleeing from his enraged , then wife, Elin, whilst she was swishing a golf club in his direction, it had emerged that Tiger was a “serial cheater” and arguably a “sexaholic”.

Women came forward in great numbers claiming that they were once a sexual sparring partner of Mr Woods and groups on Facebook had been created asking for those who had “also slept with Tiger Woods” reached over 14k likes.

It seemed however that he had got himself back on track with Vonn and seemed happy with his personal life, despite his on course performances hitting career lows. However the latest “love scandal” has a certain de ja vu about it and some ask whether he can ever change.

His ‘staged’ apology back when he had split from his wife, Elin, has proven to be a waste of time as he still hasn't changed and any betting man would probably back him to do it again.

However Tiger hasn’t had much luck with women, especially when it comes to that big iconic smile of his. In 2009, Elin had broken some of his teeth with the erratic waving of a golf club in his direction. In 2015, Tiger went to surprise Vonn at a World Cup Skiing event in Italy, where a scrambling cameraman caught side of the iconic golfer, swung his camera round and knocked his front tooth out.

Fabricated and False

According to The Telegraph, Tiger’s trustworthy agent Mark Sternberg has come out and given a public statement saying that the allegations were “100 percent false” and a “complete lie and fabrication”

However, within 24 hours of the story being leaked, Woods has shot his best round of the year in the opening round of The Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia. Seven birdies, a bogey and a double, led Tiger to a round of 66, which equals his lowest score in relation to par this season.

This is Tiger’s way of saying “Scandal? What scandal?” as it has clearly had no affect on him this week.

The question still remains. Is it a gossip rag, trying to boost a few magazine sales? Or is there general cause for concern amongst the general public that Tiger is on the prowl again?

Chronologically it all makes sense and it pieces together nicely, but Woods’ round of 66 may prove otherwise.

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