Tiger Woods is about to get dumped by his wife, Elin Nordegren, according to ABC News. This does not come as a shock considering Tiger cheated on her with over a dozen women; at last count, the tally was around 15. Friday, Woods announced he was taking an “indefinite leave” from golf, presumably in an attempt to save his marriage. If that is beyond salvageable, does this mean we’ll see Tiger at Torrey Pines for the Buick Invitational [Century Club of San Diego Invitational] at the end of January? The city of San Diego would benefit significantly from Tiger’s first weekend on the course. (That’s the weekend before the Super Bowl, and there’s no football to steal the spotlight.) The media crush will be record-setting. [ABC News]
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