Ouch! Dustin Johnson, top ranked golfer, has taken a nasty spill down the stairs of his rental property in Augusta, Georgia and has injured his lower back on Wed. Apr. 5th, the eve of the Masters. Keep reading to learn more about the injury and whether or not he will compete.
FOUR! The Masters is the most prestigious golf tournament in the world and is rich with history and tradition. Keep reading to learn 5 amazing facts which make this competition truly unique.
The Masters is an invitation only tournament that everyone watches and one of four major championships in professional golf. It is the only major that never moves and is always held at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, which does not take too kindly to women applicants. Amateurs get to compete, winners get an cool green blazer and that’s just the beginning of what make this tournament incredible. Keep reading to learn 5 more amazing facts about this wonderful tourney.
Tiger has broken all of his promises to Elin, and now she has “hit a breaking point” say her friends. Sources say her next move is divorce!
Elin Nordegren is planning to go away again — and again, she is leaving her cheating husband Tiger Woods behind. But can you blame her? “Divorce is the next move” a source tells The New York Daily News, after reports surfaced that that she was meeting with divorce lawyers for hours. And it’s clear why Elin is leaving! Tiger hasn’t kept ANY of his promises to her!
Tiger promised in December, when he decided to take an”indefinite break” from the game of golf, that he would be focusing on Elin and their two children, Sam, 2 and Charlie, 1. But after only 45 days of rehab, he is back to focusing entirely on golf. Read more
How did Tiger do at the Masters, at least according to Bonnie? No, she’s not talking about his score — she gives you her sharp (very sharp) take on how he handled himself.
HollywoodLife.com’s Editor-in-Chief Bonnie Fuller doesn’t hold back when it comes to Tiger … and today’s chat with PopEater Editor Denise Warner was no exception. Sure, Tiger finished in fourth place after an erratic weekend, not bad considering everything that’s happened since Thanksgiving 2009, but his on-course demeanor and his image going forward are a different matter completely. Click through to see Bonnie thump Tiger!
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Nike unveiled its latest TV spot starring Tiger Woods, and it’s sure to get everyone very riled up.
In the 30-second spot, which debuted one day before Tiger’s big debut at the Masters tomorrow, Tiger looks intently into the camera as a voiceover of his late father, Earl Woods, who died nearly four years ago, asks him three questions. Find out what they are, watch the clip, and vote!
The jury is still out on whether Elin Woods will support her husband Tiger Woods’ return to golf at the Masters next week, but in the meantime she seems to have switched allegiance to tennis.
Elin took her and Tiger’s 18-month old son Charlie to watch the Sony Ericsson Open in Key Biscayne to root on tennis players like Rafael Nadal and Andy Roddick. Read more
Elin, our experts agree with you! Do what you need to do for YOU — not Tiger!
With her husband’s highly anticipated return to golf only a week away, Elin Nordegren is reportedly resisting Tiger Woods’ pleas for her to appear at the Masters tournament April 8, and we can’t blame her! Do YOU think the 30-year-old mom-of-two should support her husband after he allegedly cheated on her with more than 15 mistresses? “I think Elin at this point should not be part of Tiger’s side show,” Los Angeles-based image expert Michael Sands tells HollywoodLife.com March 29.
Tell us what you think here!
Is Tiger finally going to show his face for the first time since Thanksgiving at the Tavistock Cup March 22 in Orlando, Fla?
Tiger Woods has not been seen in public since the cheating scandal that rocked the world broke during Thanksgiving weekend, but reports are now saying the golfer is about to make his big comeback at the PGA’s Tavistock Cup March 22-23 in Orlando Fla.
The 34-year-old golf pro allegedly met with Tavistock Cup officials Feb. 15 at his private bungalow in his gated community in Isleworth, Fla. for nearly an hour to discuss playing in the tournament, reports TMZ.