Tiger Woods: eight is enough? Maybe not
By April MacIntyre Dec 6, 2009, 5:26 GMT
Handout released 02 December 2009 by the Florida Highway Patrol, Orlando, Florida, USA, shows front end damage to Tiger Woods car. FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL /
Tiger Woods may be a brilliant golfer, but he is in remedial class for image control.
As lawyers, publicists, agents and sponsors sit in rooms discussing how to manage the breach of Woods' massive brand juggernaut and preserve his bankroll, a total of eight women thus far are squawking to the press here and in the UK about their numerous romps with the married father of two.
The scandal was apparently squelched by the National Enquirer years ago in a story kill when Tiger was caught dead to rights in 2007 by an Enquirer photographer while he was doing the business in his SUV with an unknown woman, according to the New York Post.
The National Enquirer may have broke the Tiger / Rachel Uchitel scoop, but in 2007, they allegedly killed a 'Tiger is cheating' story in exchange for the golfer doing a rare cover-shoot for its sister magazine, Men's Fitness -- a magazine owned by the Enquirer's parent company, American Media.
So far, Tiger has been linked to New York club manager Rachel Uchitel, 34, LA cocktail waitress and medical marijuana clerk Jaimee Grubbs, 24, and Vegas club worker Kolika Moquin, 27, as well as five unnamed women (so far) in the UK, Vegas and Florida who are also reportedly sniffing around for money for their tell-all tattle.
Elin Nordegren and her twin sister Josefin were au pairs for Swedish golfer Jesper Parnevik when he introduced her to Tiger Woods during the 2001 British Open. Woods and Nordegren wed in 2004, and have two young children.
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