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Tiger Woods dropped by Gatorade, will Tiger drop the US?

Tiger Woods dropped by Gatorade, will Tiger drop the US?
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POSTED: Wednesday, December 9, 2009 - 11:53am

UPDATED: Thursday, April 8, 2010 - 4:03am

Gatorade has formally announced plans to drop their Tiger Woods Focus campaign.

Although PepsiCo is claiming that the decision to do so was made prior to Tiger Woods' emergent sex scandal, many find it difficult to believe that the Focus campaign would have been curtailed otherwise.

With the dominoes collapsing at every turn, Tiger Woods has found himself shut into his lofty estate in a gated Florida community. But even that may not be enough to keep the media and the disappointed masses at bay.

Fox News is now reporting that Tiger Woods and his wife Elin Nordegren are "considering putting even more distance between themselves and Tiger's cheating scandal."

The "source" reveals that the couple may soon leave the United States and temporarily, if not permanently make their home abroad.

According to the report, Tiger Woods and family could leave “very soon.”

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Tiger is lost in the woods
When it doesn't rain it pours, as the saying goes. Things seem to get from bad to worse at the Woods residence. The Tiger Woods saga continues to go on and some sports blogs listed on sports index www.dozensports.com say the count of women linked to the richest sports star is up to 8. So the last thing you need is a sick mother-in-law thrown into the bargain! Barbro Holmberg, the mother of Woods' wife, Elin Nordegren, was taken to the same hospital that treated Woods after his strange late-night car crash. Thankfully she returned after 11 hours, but it makes me wonder how on earth Woods can live in the same house as his wife and mother-in-law with all these allegations? I bet he wished he could get out and shoot some golf balls rather than be hounded at home.

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