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Our little Tiger Woods

Thursday, July 1st, 2010


Frankie loves golf and has been playing it for weeks now since he sat down to watch a Tournament with daddy…… He has his 3 little Mickey Mouse clubs, we wanted to share this with you….

Tik Tok Cover Parody Kesha (Tiger Woods) Tiger Woe Woe Woes by JC Van Luyn

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010


Contact Info: ? jcvanluynmusic@googlemail.com ? www.facebook.com ? www.myspace.com ? www.twitter.com Thank YOU for your time to view my vid=) so epic of you=) *some EXPLICIT LYRICS* Lyrics & Music by JC Van Luyn There’s nothing like making a song your own by making a Parody…and it also keeps the copyright fairies away..=) I don’t condone or sponsor the actions of Tiger or his mistresses, although it sure is great entertainment with the many Tiger Ladies surfacing. But I do believe Tiger “IS” Golf. Tiger will be back….and with a new Cadillac! Lyrics & Chords: Bb C Dm Wake up in the morning feeling like Tiger Woods Bb C Dm be driving around downtown, be checkin out all the goods Bb C Dm But Before I leave I’ll tell my wife & kids lies of crap Bb C Dm Cause when I leave for tonight, I may never come back Bb I’m talking-calling all my mistressess C Dm textmessaging these Actresses Bb Eating fast food and waitresses Bb club hopping- all my favorite strip clubs C Dm spending all. my endorsement bucks Bb sipping on. some expensive bubbly Bb Please stop, make it stop C Dm All them bitches poppin up Bb All they see, in me C Dm is the fame & money Bb Please stop make it stop C Dm But the scandal won’t stop Gm It’s the Tiger Woe woe woe woes C It’s the Tiger Woe woe woe woes

Tiger Woods 4th hour Ebel

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Rise and Fall of Tiger Woods 3rd hour ebel

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010


This story outlines the rise and fall of Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods Head Shot

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010


Tiger woods 2007 on ps3, funny shot of golf ball smackin of a kids head. (its a game, dont worry)

Golf Needs Tiger Woods

Monday, June 14th, 2010

 

 John Daly told reporters in Australia that he would tell his story on Tuesday.

 

“The thing that Tiger needs to look at is, whatever happened, just tell the truth,” said Daly, who will play the Australian Open at the New South Wales Golf Club from Thursday.

 

Dual major winner Daly, who has had his share of off-the-course troubles, also called on Woods to attend this week’s Chevron World Golf Challenge, the tournament he hosts annually for a small, invited field.

 

Woods said Monday his injuries would prevent him playing in the tournament and he would not compete again until next year.

 

“Hopefully he’ll go out there with his wife and his kids and support… the sponsor of his tournament,” Daly told reporters. “The most important thing right now is for them to be together.”

 

Daly said he was confident Woods would weather the controversy.

 

“He’ll get over this. The family will get over it. They’ll move on. Golf needs him,” he said.

 

“I hate for something like that to happen to anybody. I just want him and his wife and kids to be happy and for him to keep pursuing the goals that he had.”

 

On Monday Daly said he hoped Woods made a swift recovery for the sake of the sport.

 

“Tiger’s the biggest asset the tour’s had in a long, long time,” he said. “Whatever happened, as long as he’s OK that’s all that matters. Golf needs him badly… no doubt.”

 

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Weir expects Tiger Woods to return to golf

Friday, June 11th, 2010

Mike Weir expects his friend Tiger Woods to return to the PGA Tour sooner than later.

 

“My guess is he’ll be back for the Masters,” Weir said Friday. “I’m hoping he’s back for the majors. They’re at such great venues this year. Courses he’s obviously done very well on. I heard Jack (Nicklaus) talking about that the other day that it would be a big year for him to kinda get closer to Jack’s (record of 18 major titles) with the venues they’re at.

“But more than that, myself being a competitor, I want to see him there,” the 2003 Masters champion continued. “When I’m playing the majors and trying to win them, you want the best guy there to compete against. Selfishly I want him there for that and I think the Tour does. Obviously they want him back. It’s good when he’s around.”

Weir, speaking during a conference call from his home in Draper, Utah, said he hasn’t talked to Woods since having “reached out to him” in late November.

Woods, the world’s No. 1-ranked player and winner of 15 majors, crashed his SUV into a tree outside his Florida home in the early hours of Nov. 27 after what’s believed to have been an argument with wife, Elin Nordegren, the mother of the couple’s two children, upon discovering his infidelity.

The ensuing days and weeks saw myriad allegations of affairs come to light and Woods has taken an indefinite leave from the Tour to focus on his family matters. He wasn’t been seen in public since the accident.

“I guess he’s been unavailable,” Weir said.

Weir, who starts his season with next week’s Bob Hope Classic in La Quinta, Calif., is somewhat bewildered by the comments of some players who figure they can take advantage of Woods’s absence in attempt to dominate the Tour and even knock him from top spot in the world rankings, where he’s been for the last 240 consecutive weeks.

Geoff Ogilvy of Australia, prior to winning last week’s season opening SBS Championship in Hawaii, told reporters that No. 1 might be up for grabs this year, arguably more so when Woods was sidelined nine months following his victory at the 2008 U.S. Open while recovering from knee surgery. Woods returned to win five times in 2009.

“A lot of guys will be thinking ‘Here is my year,’ ” said Ogilvy.

“I don’t get the argument that someone is going to sneak up and all of a sudden take the bull by horns,” said Weir. “It could happen and hopefully I can do it, but it’s hard to do. It’s hard to win 8, 9, 10 times. I don’t know what other players are thinking, but I never look at it as an opportunity when he’s out. For me, you want to play the best and win when he’s there.

“He brings the best out of everybody else, especially in major championships,” Weir said. “Would guy like Y.E. Yang pull off all those shots (to beat Woods at the PGA Championship) if he was playing somebody else in the field in the last round? You don’t know. Maybe it brought out the best in him that day.

“I know he brought the best out of me when I played him in Montreal,” said Weir, referring to his dramatic victory over Woods in their singles match at the 2007 Presidents Cup at Royal Montreal.

Weir will be looking for his first Tour victory since 2007, when he ended the season with win at the Fry’s Electronics Open. After the Bob Hope, he’ll take a week off and play three consecutive weeks, the Northern Trust Open, AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, and the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

He plans to attend the second week of the Vancouver Olympics following the match play, taking in the Games as “just” a fan.

“The Olympics were here in Salt Lake City eight years ago. We had a great time, but my kids were really young and don’t remember much about it, so I just want to go up there and enjoy it,” he said

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QCB Unleashed!: Tiger Wood’s (Weak) Apology to the World

Monday, June 7th, 2010


QCB breaks down Tiger’s world-wide apology for his transgressions. Plus, Hall & Oates make an appearance to give Tiger some advice! Sports Talk 610 AM The Fan! www.wfnz.com 2/19/10

Tiger Woods=? Golf Economy

Sunday, June 6th, 2010

Tiger Woodsâ?? scandal and his retreat might have impact on America’s annual $75 billion golf economy.

 

Neal Pilson, former president of CBS Sports and now a sports broadcast consultant, says that Tiger’s indefinite leave from competition is affecting TV advertising purchases for 2010 PGA Tour events. Because of the soft economy, advertising inventory for the first half of 2010 wasn’t sold out before the Woods scandal erupted on Thanksgiving. Now that Tiger has decided to sit out indefinitely, companies are likely to “wait and see what happens” before making commitments, according to Pilson. “But once Tiger returns, normal golf sponsors will step up.”

 

Pilson also says that in 2010 networks could end up making financial adjustments to advertisers who purchased spots for events where Woods was expected to play. “We went through the same thing last year with Tiger’s knee surgery,” says Pilson. “If ratings come in well below what was expected, adjustments might happen.”

 

But Woods’s scandal isn’t all doom and gloom for TV, even at Golf Channel. The cable network, which just completed the third year of a 15-year deal with the PGA Tour, claims to have been unaffected by Woods’s scandal. “We have not seen any impact on advertising sales,” says Page Thompson, president of the network. “In fact, we’re starting to see improvement on ad sales. We’ve been signing at a good pace for 2010.”

 

Thompson acknowledged that Woods could have a modest negative impact in 2010 depending on how long he stays out of action. “We broadcast 47 Tour events, and Tiger plays in about one third of them,” says Thompson. “But long-term, we don’t anticipate any impact.”

 

While we’re sure to see short-term effects for broadcasters, any attempt to measure the long-term impact of the scandal is pure speculation, according to Pilson. The Tour’s current TV contract doesn’t expire until the end of 2011, and negotiations for the new contract “would be deferred until we know what Woods’s plans will be.”

 

Tournament organizers are also sure to feel the effect at the gate. When Woods missed half of the 2008 season and the beginning of the 2009 season while recovering from knee surgery, crowds were noticeably smaller at PGA Tour stops that had previously featured Woods. For instance, attendance at the 2009 Buick Invitational, played at Torrey Pines in February without Woods, was down 30 percent compared to 2008, according to Tom Wilson, the tournament director.

 

But will Woods’s absence cast an economic pall over the entire golf industry? Will 26-handicappers stop taking lessons and going on golf vacations? Will country clubs curtail operations and have layoffs? After speaking with several industry leaders, it seems like the broader golf industry won’t live or die with Woods. “The game is bigger than Tiger, regardless of what people might think,” said Mike Adams, the director of instruction at Hamilton Farm Golf Club in Gladstone, N.J., and a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher.

 
 

 

Nobody I spoke with, including Adams, believed that Woods would be away from the game for too long. The consensus was that, barring an unforeseen circumstance, Woods should be back by the Masters in mid-April. Any industry-wide economic ramifications of Woods’s hiatus, then, may well be limited to the first part of the year. And, the economy has a much larger influence on golf as a whole than Woods. “The real problem at the club and course level is the economy,” Adams said. “We have courses closing all over the place, and it’s kind of scary.”

 

Despite Woods’s unmatched popularity, participation rates in the game have actually been trending down since he turned pro in 1996. According to the latest figures from the National Golf Foundation, rounds played have decreased by six percent over the last decade, dropping to 489 million in 2008 from 518 million in 2000.

 

“Tiger doesn’t affect rounds played,” says Tom Stine, a co-founder of Golf Datatech, a market research firm. “The average player doesn’t care if Tiger’s playing. They’ll play golf no matter what.” To support his point, Stine explains that rounds played in the U.S. were virtually the same for the first 10 months in 2008, when Woods missed months of tournament golf due to knee problems, as they were in the first 10 months of 2009, when Woods played nearly the entire season.

 

Stine, whose company provides research to most equipment makers, also predicted that Tiger’s absence won’t have a major impact on the golf equipment industry as a whole. “People don’t give up an obsession because of one person. If Derek Jeter stopped playing baseball, would kids stop signing up for Little League?”

 

Most industry experts interviewed for this article agreed that the economic impact will not be a long-term issue. They expected Woods to be back on Tour and winning sooner rather than later. As soon as that happens, especially at the majors, things should return to normal.

 

“Every sport has black eyes,” Adams said. “When Tiger gets close to Nicklaus’s record, everybody will be back to watching Tiger. Then, everything happening now will be a moot point.”

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A Tiger Woods UPDATE: A Very Special Episode of COPS

Monday, May 24th, 2010


Since Tiger refuses to come forward with more details, police have created two possible scenarios for what happened the night of his alleged car wreck.