Posted on December 16 2009 by Tom Ferda.
The Associated Press selected Tiger Woods as the Athlete of the Decade. During a period of turmoil surrounding Woods’ personal life and his infidelity to wife Elin Nordegren Woods, Woods received 56 of 142 votes cast by the AP editors. A majority of those tallies were sent in after the controversial November car accident that involved the golf great.
Posted on December 02 2009 by Tom Ferda.
ORLANDO – While the Florida Highway Patrol just announced yesterday that it had concluded it’s investigation and insisted they had treated Tiger as any other citizen, this morning, US Magazine released an incriminating audio-tape believed to be Tiger Woods warning a female friend that his wife Elin Nordegren looked into his phone, may have found the number and may be calling.
Posted on November 27 2009 by Tom Ferda.
ORLANDO – The Florida Highway Patrol reported that professional golfer Tiger Woods was injured in a car accident early this morning. According to the FHP report, the accident happened as Woods pulled out of his driveway in his Isleworth community about 2:25 a.m, struck a fire hydrant, then drove into a tree on his neighbor’s property.
Posted on February 24 2009 by Tom Ferda.
ORLANDO – When I met Tiger Woods in Orlando during the summer of 1996, he was in the final stages of prepping for a pro career, poised at the starting gate, ready to enter the world of professional golf, a world of guaranteed stardom and wealth. On this particular day, golf’s newest phenomenon was actually going to work to shoot his first commercial for Titleist. Not yet old enough to buy a drink at the local pub, Woods had recently signed an endorsement deal with the company for $20 million.
Posted on February 20 2009 by Tom Ferda.
Just days after releasing his baby Charlie’s photos to the world, Tiger Woods announced he will compete in next week’s WGC Accenture Match Play Championship. Remarkably, when Woods tees off on February 25 he will do so holding the #1 rating on the Official World Golf Rating chart, even after a 253-day layoff.