TORONTO, Ont. – With Tiger Woods now just four sleeps away from a practice round at Augusta National, and the start of the Masters exactly one week from Thursday, Vanity Fair magazine has dug up more dirt on the serial philanderer.
The magazine’s new issue features four of the golfer’s alleged mistresses, his former advisor and lawyer, and other insiders who paint a very detailed picture of Woods’ downfall.
Mark Seal, who wrote the article, entitled, “The Temptation of Tiger Woods,” said some of the women claimed Woods was notoriously cheap.
Another woman suggested that despite Woods denied none of his people knew what was going on, she arranged meetings with him through the president of Tiger Woods Design.
One insider said Woods preferred place to stay in Las Vegas was the mansion at the MGM Grand, where a one-bedroom suite costs $5,000 a night.
The article claims to be “the most complete account to date of the golfer’s secret life.”