Dallas based AT&T is the latest corporate sponsor that has decided to drop popular golfer Tiger Woods from its list of major endorsers as it joined Swiss watch maker TAG Heuer, Gillete and Accenture in cutting its sponsorship arrangement with the famous golfer. “We are ending our sponsorship agreement with Tiger Woods and wish him well in the future,” the company, which backs the US PGA Tour event operated by the golfer’s foundation, said in a terse, one-line statement. sfgate.com reports:
>It was the latest blow for Woods since he inexplicably crashed his car into a tree and fire hydrant outside his Florida home in the early hours of November 27, unleashing a storm of revelations about his personal life. The crash came just days after a US tabloid had reported that he was having an affair and thrust Woods and his wife, Elin, and two young children into the center of a media storm. >
At the time of his announcement for an indefinite leave of absence from professional golf, Woods has been linked to at least 10 different women including a night club hostess and a porn star. A few days before Christmas, Woods’ wife Elin was reported to have engaged the services of a popular California lawyer to work on a possible divorce case with her husband. Elin reportedly left for Sweden with her two kids to spend Christmas vacation with her family while husband Tiger Woods was reported to have left for the Bahamas on board his yacht.