Tiger Woods announced on his twitter account yesterday that he will make his return to the links at the Bridgestone Invitational next Thursday. Much has happened in the 11 weeks Tiger took off the tour, including firing his longtime caddie.
Tiger Woods and his close friend and caddie Steve Williams officially parted ways today. Woods fired Williams today after spending over 12 years together. Williams was reportedly stunned by the news, claiming to be very disappointed.
Between a messy divorce settlement, humongous house mortgage, a loss of several endorsement deals, and a serious paycut from one of them (Nike), Tiger Woods' once giant fortune has taken a hit. But is Woods actually running out of money?
Tiger Woods announced Tuesday that he would skip the British Open, citing irritation in his left knee and achilles tendon. His announcement was not a surprise. In a released statement, Tiger said, "Doctors have again advised rest, cold-water therapy and soft tissue treatment." Should Woods skip more than just the British Open? Would it be better for him in the long run to sit out the remainder of this year?
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