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You Can't Have A Conversation About Tiger Woods Without Mr. Belding

I've noted the omnipresence of Mr. Belding at many sports star-attended events before, so this is not surprising. TMZ dug up this photo of him with Tiger-wrangler Kalika Moquin. Oh, and the NYP gets in touch with Tiger's first love.


• After all the chaos in Windermere, the Florida child welfare services reportedly popped-in to make sure Tiger's children are not being attacked with sand wedges or cell phones. [NYDN]

• Accenture has dropped Tiger Woods even though they had an ad campaign geared around him that would have held up nicely during this scandal. [AP]


Playgirl won't publish photos of naked man who may or may not be Tiger Woods. The editor says these aren't the type of cock shots they usually go for: "This is a prime example of the direction Playgirl does not want to take. I prefer subjects who are willing." [People]

• One place who isn't backing away from Woods? Dubai: Mohammad Juma Bu Amin, the chief executive officer of Golf in Dubai sent this message to the scandal-hit American through the Middle East newspaper Gulf News: "We are with you in this difficult time and respect your request for family privacy. As and when you decide to return to the circuit, you can always count on us...We will be more than delighted to welcome you to Dubai. Consider Dubai your second home." Translation? Our women know how to keep their mouths shut. [AP]

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