Tiger Woods: The text that busted golfer’s cheating

IN NOVEMBER 2009 Tiger Woods’s life fell apart.

He was the world’s number 1 golfer, with a beautiful wife and a squeaky clean family image. But he was living a double life, and the world was about to find out.

Below is an extract from the new book Tiger Woods, published by Simon and Schuster.

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ACTING on a tip, the National Enquirer was hot on Tiger’s trail once again. Back in 2007, it had seemed like a coup when IMG and sophisticated lawyers managed to squelch the Enquirer story about Woods and the pancake-house waitress in Orlando. But after that great escape, Tiger overlooked the fact that tabloids are like sharks that can detect prey from the scent of a single drop of blood in the water. Once Woods was wounded in ’07, the Enquirer never stopped tracking him — and after Uchitel entered the picture, the chase was on. The tabloid staked out her apartment and waited to see what would happen.

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