The infamous trial of Tiger Woods made headlines across the nation when his private affairs were made public. Woods’ life unraveled and his title, as the world’s greatest golfer, disappeared rapidly, almost as fast as his reputation for being a loyal family man. On Nov. 27, 2009, Woods’ car hit a fire hydrant and tree in his neighbor’s yard, leaving him unconscious. Over the course of the following week, more than a dozen women claimed to have had affairs with Woods. On Dec. 11, Woods released a statement admitting to all the infidelities, apologizing to his fans, and claiming he would be taking an indefinite break from golf. He also agreed to attend a 45-day therapy program to treat “sex addiction. His wife divorced him in August 2010. The scandal will always be seen as one of the biggest scandals of our time. Woods would go on with his career, winning big in 2013, taking victory at The Players Championship, his fourth win of the 2013 season.Â He would face several injuries that would pose challenges to his rankings. Recently, reports indicate he will be opening a restaurant.
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