Just eight days after withdrawing from the final round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship because of tightness and pain in his left Achilles, TigerWoods is back inside the ropes, this time playing in an exhibition event in central Florida.
TigerWoods said that he left California for Florida in 1996 because the tax rates were too high. Woods, who is worth an estimated $600million, was referring to comments made by fellow golfer Phil Mickelson that he will make 'drastic changes' because of federal and California state tax increases.
01.10.2012 [Florida Times-Union (blog)] - For those TigerWoods haters who blamed the loss of the Ryder Cup on him and thought he was the one who was bringing his pairing down, take a look at Steve Stricker. He is the goat. Tiger played well while he and Stricker were losing those three matches.
01.05.2012 - tarnish his image and make a crashed Escalade in the dark Florida night as synonymous with the name TigerWoods as the […] Woods again—I’m not sure anyone really believed that TigerWoods drove a Buick,” says Craig Bierley, Buick’s director of […] For years, few brands were associated with golf more than Buick—and no player was associated with golf more than Tiger