Tiger Woods has reportedly lost out on yet another lucrative sponsorship deal. According to a report from the BBC, AT&T has decided to end their sponsorship deal with the golf legend due to the scandal over Woods’ affairs with various mistresses and subsequent leave of absence from the golfing world.
“We are ending our sponsorship agreement with Tiger Woods and wish him well in the future,” AT&T said in a statement printed on the BBC website. AT&T isn’t the first company to decide they don’t want their brand name associated with the scandal of Tiger Woods’ affairs. Accenture also recently dropped their sponsorship deal with Woods and Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer announced they would “downscale the use of his image” in their advertising campaigns.
Meanwhile, Woods’ wife Elin Nordegren reportedly celebrated the turning of the New Year as far away from her husband as she could get apparently. Nordegren, her twin sister Josefin and a group of friends reportedly spent their New Year’s Eve skiing near Chamonix in the French Alps.
We’re thinking Elin was probably spending some quality time thinking about what she’s going to do with the 300 million she allegedly wants from Tiger for cheating on her. Considering the mistress count seems destined to rise even higher, we think she should hold out for more. At least 50 million per mistress sounds like a good deal to us.