Updated Feb. 20, 2010
Tiger Woods & Elin Nordegren
Whether or not he did, his sexual indiscretions are costing him untold millions of dollars in endorsements and have made the once unassailable golf idol the object of public ridicule.
by Don Fulsom
When cops arrived at the bizarre crash scene near Orlando, Florida at 2:30 a.m. on Nov. 27, 2009, the motionless, shoeless body of the world’s greatest golfer was sprawled on the ground next to his damaged Cadillac Escalade.
Though only slightly injured, 34-year-old Tiger Woods seemed completely out of it—to the point of snoring—after his vehicle had collided with a fire hydrant, and then a tree, when he erratically fled his own home.
Tiger’s 29-year-old wife, Elin Nordegren—had reportedly smashed out the Caddy’s back windows with a nine-iron. A golf cart was parked nearby.
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