With no family, friends around, it’s going to be a lonely birthday for troubled golfer Tiger Woods who turns 34 on Wednesday.
Woods is said to be still on his yacht Privacy avoiding the daily allegations spewing from waitresses and porn stars, reports news.co.au.
Woods’ life took a downturn when he crashed his car outside his house in the early hours of November 27 amid allegations of a massive fight between him and his wife Elin Nordegren, who apparently used a golf club to break the window on his car.
After the accident, the golfer has been tainted by allegations of serial infidelities with as many as 14 women around the US, including various waitresses, nightclub hostesses and porn stars, claiming they had affairs with him.
His wife is apparently living separately with their children, while the golfer, who has taken an indefinite break from golf, has gone into seclusion.
More humiliation for Woods came as his image was removed from Florida publicity shots for the Arnold Palmer Invitational, which he has won six times. Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer announced it was dropping him from its US ad campaigns.
Also, management consultancy firm Accenture announced that it would discontinue its sponsorship agreement with the scandal-tainted golfer. Gillette has also axed a 12 million pounds (about $19.4 million) marketing deal with him.