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Tiger not out of the Woods yet

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This may be the most expensive mulligan in the history of golf.---

The latest news, (gossip), in the on going Tiger and his tail story now revolves around rewriting his prenup with his wife Eilen.  That and the list of alleged girl friends continues to grow.  Rewriting a prenup?  Didn't his attorney do it right the first time? His apology about not being perfect and transgressions pretty much tell everything you need to know.  He fooled around on his wife with some bimbo's who are now jockying for a position to grab for some of his gold. 

The longer Tiger takes before going Kobe, the worse it becomes.  His sponsors are staying by him but behind the scenes you can bet that they are polling and evaluating everything pro and con with their endorsement deals with Tiger.  He makes $100 million a year from endorsements alone and has become the first billionaire sports figure.  He is a brand and the sooner he can polish the tarnish off that brand the better for his future and the future of golf.  He will have to eat crow for a while and this is not a guy who is used to getting nothing but the best treatment from everybody in the world.  I think he is smart enough to know what kind of rough he is in and what club he needs to get back on the fairway. 

No matter how it goes, his wife will never have to be a Nanny again.