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Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn reportedly dating

Superstar athletes Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn have been dating since November, the pro golfer and Olympic skier having found time in their packed schedules to vacation this month in Antigua, according to HollywoodLife.com.

An unidentified “source close to Lindsey” told the website that the two “met through the ski community, because Tiger is an active skier. Lindsey has been teaching Tiger’s kids, Sam and Charlie, how to ski.”

Tiger Woods and Lindsay Vonn reportedly bonded over skiing. (AP Photo)

An anonymous “Tiger source” added that even though Woods, 37, and Vonn, 28, are often on separate continents, “they constantly talk on the phone. And Tiger has made more of a commitment to Lindsey lately—he’s pulling out all the stops.”

Vonn, who is recently divorced from skier Thomas Vonn, told The Denver Post in December that she and Woods “are just friends” when the two were in Vail, Colo., at the same time: “My brother was the ski instructor for his kids this November in Vail. Guessing that’s where it came from.”

But, according to a golf.com story, Woods and Vonn were in Salzburg, Austria, at the same time earlier this month.

His spokesman has said Woods won’t comment on the issue, and Vonn’s publicist released this statement, according to the Los Angeles Times: “Lindsey is currently in the midst of the World Cup season in Europe. Her focus is solely on competing and on defending her titles and thus she will not participate in any speculation surrounding her personal life at this time.”

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Tiger Woods’ Torrey Pines Win Is 75th Career PGA Tour Victory

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SAN DIEGO — Tiger Woods was so good for so long at Torrey Pines that it didn’t matter how bad it looked at the end.

In a finish that was fitting for such a long and exasperating week, Woods built an eight-shot lead with five holes to play on Monday until he lost patience with the slow play and started losing shots that only determined the margin of victory.

Despite two bogeys and a double bogey in the final hour, he closed with an even-par 72 for a four-shot victory in the Farmers Insurance Open.

“I’m excited the way I played all week,” Woods said. “I hit the ball well – pretty much did everything well and built myself a nice little cushion. I had some mistakes at the end, but all my good play before that allowed me to afford those mistakes.”

He won for the 75th time in his PGA Tour career, seven behind the record held by Sam Snead.

Woods won this tournament for the seventh time, and he set a PGA Tour record by winning at Torrey Pines for the eighth time, including his 2008 U.S. Open. Woods also has won seven times at Bay Hill and at Firestone.

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Golf-U.S. PGA Tour Phoenix Open scores

Feb 3 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour Phoenix Open at the par-71 course on Sunday in Scottsdale, Arizona 
256 Phil Mickelson (U.S.)         60 65 64 67 
260 Brandt Snedeker (U.S.)        64 66 65 65 
261 Scott Piercy (U.S.)           70 66 64 61 
262 Ryan Moore (U.S.)             66 66 65 65 
265 Ryan Palmer (U.S.)            64 73 66 62 
266 Bill Haas (U.S.)              65 64 70 67 
    Brendon De Jonge (Zimbabwe)   66 67 67 66 
    Brendan Steele (U.S.)         69 65 65 67 
267 Matt Every (U.S.)             65 67 69 66 
    Padraig Harrington (Ireland)  64 70 63 70 
268 Kevin Stadler (U.S.)          68 68 69 63 
    Ben Crane (U.S.)              67 71 64 66 
    Robert Garrigus (U.S.)        66 66 69 67 
    Billy Horschel (U.S.)         69 68 64 67 
269 Bubba Watson (U.S.)           67 67 71 64 
270 David Hearn (Canada)          67 65 73 65 
    Bo Van Pelt (U.S.)            68 67 71 64 
    Jeff Klauk (U.S.)             67 68 67 68 
    James Hahn (U.S.)             71 67 70 62 
    Gary Woodland (U.S.)          67 66 67 70 
    Roberto Castro (U.S.)         65 68 67 70 
    Hunter Mahan (U.S.)           67 67 67 69 
    Troy Matteson (U.S.)          67 65 66 72 
271 Chris Kirk (U.S.)             67 69 69 66 
    Kevin Chappell (U.S.)         66 68 71 66 
    Brian Gay (U.S.)              65 66 72 68 
    Keegan Bradley (U.S.)         67 63 73 68 
    Bud Cauley (U.S.)             71 67 68 65 
    John Rollins (U.S.)           66 66 69 70 
    Bryce Molder (U.S.)           67 67 67 70 
    Ted Potter Jr. (U.S.)         64 69 68 70 
272 Brian Harman (U.S.)           70 65 68 69 
    John Mallinger (U.S.)         65 69 69 69 
    Justin Leonard (U.S.)         65 71 66 70 
    William McGirt (U.S.)         67 66 69 70 
273 Kevin Na (U.S.)               69 64 72 68 
    K.J. Choi (South Korea)       71 67 67 68 
    Charles Howell III (U.S.)     67 68 69 69 


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