Tiger Woods Hush Golf Meeting; Talks Sex Scandal, Says Wife Elin Never Hit Him
Tiger Woods has reportedly met with officials from the Tavistock Cup to talk about his return to golf. But will they give him a chance or will the delay?
TMZ is reporting that Tiger Woods met with officials from the Tavistock Cup to talk about an upcoming tournament that he may very well participate in.
The meeting reportedly took place around noon on Monday Feb. 15th at a bungalow adjacent to a clubhouse in the same gated community as his Isleworth, Florida home. It has been reported that the meeting lasted about an hour.
“Tiger planned to play at Tavistock in March,” says a close source to Tiger Woods. Tavistocka is a PGA event between Isleworth and the neighboring Lake Nona golf pros. Other sources say Tiger plans to go to Augusta, Georgia for the Masters after Tavistock.
We wish you the best of luck Tiger Woods, but try to stay away from the wrong holes. You know these ones talk!
In related news, Woods has made his first public appearance since his sex scandal and actually admitted to the scandal saying “I was unfaithful. I had affairs. I cheated.” Woods at his press conference held at PGA tour’s TPC Sawgrass headquarters in Florida, which was attended by his mother Kultida, says his “personal disappointment” let down his fans and family. Woods, also claims his wife Elin Nordegren, on the night of the crash, never hit him, as reported by multiple sources (his wife had assaulted him) as covered on HipHopRX.com. Also addressing the rumors, Woods says he does plan to return to golf one day, he just doesn’t know when.