Tiger Woods Updates

December 11, 2009 by USA Post 

Tiger Woods UpdatesTiger Woods Updates, Tiger Woods quitting golf? A British media source, The Sun, is reporting that Elin Nordegren has told Tiger that if he wants to save their marriage, he will have to give up golf according to the Orlando Sentinel. Tiger Woods quitting golf is the equivalent of Dolly Parton quitting country singing. It’s just not natural.

However, Tiger has told his wife he will “do anything” to save their family.  The Sun reports that Elin wants him to give up touring until he regains her trust, or until the couples’ children Sam and Charlie are old enough to tag along with them.  Sam and Charlie are both currently under the age of 3.

Given the fact that Tiger Woods quitting golf would be devastating to those following the sport, I headed out to a local golf supply store to talk to people on their way in and out.  Here is what they had to say:

Diane was heading to the golf supply store to buy her husband some Christmas presents. She said she would make the exact same ultimatum that Elin Nordegren Woods did.

Larry says he thinks Tiger should stick in there with his family, as his fans will understand his decision.  When he makes a come back in a couple of years, he will have their respect back for doing the right thing.

Justin said that $80 million is a lot less than what Tiger would lose if he quit playing golf. He says Tiger Woods should stand his ground and continue playing golf.

So why would Elin even ask her husband to quit playing golf? According to the Orlando Sentinel, a friend of Elin Nordegren said:

It will be a long time before he’s traveling the globe playing golf unless Elin’s by his side. Tiger will have to work long and hard to get her to trust him again. Quitting golf shows he is willing to sacrifice something he loves so much to protect his family.

Will Tiger Woods really quit golf? Only time will tell.


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