Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn Update

People Magazine: Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn get ‘closer and closer’

First Tiger Woods reportedly loaned his private jet to an injured Lindsey Vonn [right], now comes a report from People Magazine that the two star athletes may becoming more than friends.

“Tiger and Lindsey have been friends for a while, and nothing started out romantically at all,” a source tells PEOPLE. “But they really have a lot in common and got closer and closer. He still refers to her as ‘my very good friend,’ but he’s been spending more and more time talking to her – and talking about her.”

Last month, Vonn’s reps kept mum about the rumored relationship, telling PEOPLE that 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.”

But the source close to Woods tells PEOPLE that Woods, 37, and Vonn. 28, talk and text frequently.

“Tiger really does want a woman who he can have good conversations with,” he says. “He wants shared interests and outlooks. He is finding that with [Lindsey].”

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Tiger Woods Still Leading The Pack [Update] – June 24, 2013

Tiger Woods still leads the pack in updated British Open odds, for some reason

The latest British Open odds are out, and it should surprise no one that Tiger Woods, still the World No. 1, is an 8/1 favorite. The only other player under 20/1 odds is Rory McIlroy at 12/1. Adam Scott and Justin Rose are 20/1, which seems like a decent bet, and Lee Westwood, Luke Donald, Phil Mickelson and Ernie Els come in at 25/1.

Why is Woods still at 8/1 given the fact that he looked completely lost at Merion, has only three top-5 finishes in his last 10 majors, and tied for 28th the last time he was at Muirfield? Well, for starters, Woods is still the No. 1 golfer in the world, albeit it’s a world in which the level of talent is broader than it’s ever been. Also, there’s plenty of stupid money out there, people willing to bet on Woods just because he’s TIGER WOODS. We do not advocate wagering on sporting events in an… Continue reading

Tiger Woods….Don’t Call It a Come Back in 2013

Woods Returns to No. 1 With Win at Bay Hill


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Woods joked around with Arnold Palmer after winning Palmer’s tournament for the eighth time.

Gilded to gilded, gold dust to gold dust, Woods completed his return to golf’s zenith, not far from where he plunged from grace, with a victory Monday at the weather-delayed Arnold Palmer Invitational. Completing the final 16 holes of his fourth round, Woods carded a two-under 70 to win by two strokes and overtake the world No. 1, Rory McIlroy, who skipped the event but will return to action this week in Houston. Continue reading