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Well that's a way to knock someone's concentration!
In case you forgot, Tiger Woods was at the center of a huge scandal in 2009 when it came to light that he had SEVERAL extramarital affairs while married to then-wife Elin Nordegren.
Fast forward to Thursday, at the 115th U.S. Open, someone actually paid money to remind the 39-year-old of his past blunders!
During the match, a plane flew over Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place, WA, with a banner that read, "Cheater."
Ouch! That's harsh!
The embarrassing message was noticed by SB Nation writer Brendan Porath who wrote on Twitter:
It's not what you think!
Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn are officially over, but don't expect any flashbacks to the golfer's big cheating scandal of 2010.
The pair parted ways not because of infidelity and mistresses, but actually a much more peaceful, and boring, reason.
They just grew apart. Period. That's it.
A source close to the ex-couple shuts down any racy rumors:
"I know everyone is hoping for a cheating scandal, but it's not. There was no real drama."
In fact, the most dramatic part about it is that Tiger was so upset, he didn't sleep after the split!
It's been three days since the all-star golfer and his Olympian GF, Lindsey Vonn split.
On Tuesday, the professional athlete revealed it's been hard to concentrate since breaking up with his lady love of three years. It doesn't help that he also has the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass this week to prepare for.
"Obviously it does affect me. It is tough. There's no doubt. I'm not going to lie about that. It is tough.
And on top of that, this time of year is really, really hard on me. This three-day window is really hard. I haven't slept. These three days, May 3rd and through the 5th, today is just brutal on me, and then obviously with what happened on Sunday, it just adds to it."
Break-ups always suck. However, when they land on the nine-year-anniversary of your father's death — brutal.
Remember when the Tiger Woods infidelity saga unfolded? Of course you do — who could forget what a hot mess that whole thing was?!
Anyway, the reason why we brought that up is because his first and number one mistress Rachel Uchitel is possibly innerested in having another go with the pro golfer!
They are both single, after all!
Apparently the 40-year-old broke up with baseball star Bret Boone just days after Lindsey Vonn and Tiger decided to go their separate ways — coincidence?? We think not!
A source close to Rachel say she told them:
Say it 'aint so!
While we haven't seen Lindsey Vonn and Tiger Woods out and about together much recently, we're really saddened to report that the pair is officially broken up!
After three years of dating, the skier and golfer decided to call it quits on Sunday due to spending so much time apart.
Lindsey addressed the breakup directly on her Facebook page, saying:
When it comes to Tiger Woods' kids, we have but one thing to say: theeeeeeey're great!
Tiger attended a practice round for the Masters Tournament on Tuesday in Augusta, Georgia, where he received an unexpected incentive to do his best — a hug from his two kids, 6-year-old Charlie and Sam, 7.
Meanwhile, just because Tiger got defanged during the Alpine Skiing World Cup earlier this year, doesn't mean things aren't still going strong with his girlfriend Lindsey Vonn.
The skier was there to support Woods, and you can just tell the two are so in love!
We wish both of them the best, and that Tiger pounces on this upcoming competition!
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In February, we reported that Tiger Woods would be taking some time off the golf course to work on his game. The golf legend last played on Feb. 5 when tightness in his lower back caused him to exit the course only after playing 11 holes.
Now, it looks like the hiatus is over. The 39-year-old has announced he will play next week in the 2015 Masters Tournament! Woods said on his website:
"I'm playing in the Masters. It's obviously very important to me, and I want to be there. I've worked a lot on my game, and I'm looking forward to competing. I'm excited to get to Augusta, and I appreciate everyone's support."
The four-time Masters champion worked on his game on Tuesday at Augusta National, playing an 18-hole practice round.
Woods ended up skipping the Masters last year due to