A Sad Time For Tiger Woods

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

From: CNN.com

Tiger Woods talked about his recent divorce saying that his actions led him and Elin Nordegren to the decision

Tiger Woods And Wife Elin Nordegren Officially Divorced

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

From: ESPN

(From: ESPN)
Tiger Woods and his Swedish-born wife officially divorced Monday, nine months after his middle-of-the night car crash outside their home set off shocking revelations that the world’s most famous athlete had been cheating on her through multiple affairs. “We are sad that our marriage is over and we wish each other the very best for the future,” Woods and Elin Nordegren said in a joint statement released by their lawyers. (CLICK TO READ MORE)

Tiger Woods Has Career Low At Bridgestone Invitational

Monday, August 9th, 2010


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Peers React To The Return Of Tiger Woods

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

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Tiger Woods Delivers Statement

Friday, February 19th, 2010

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AT&T Ends Sponsorship With Tiger Woods

Thursday, December 31st, 2009


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AT&T is the latest company to end its sponsorship with embattled golfer Tiger Woods. The telephone, internet and media company joins the global management consulting firm Accenture in dissolving its sponsorship deals with Woods after he acknowledged reports of marital infidelity. Woods has since been in seclusion and stated that he would take an “indefinite break” from professional golf to focus on his family.

After reports from Woods’s personal life hit the media, AT&T affirmed it was evaluating its relationship with the gifted golfer, who has for the past three years been the host of the AT&T National on the PGA Tour. For the 10th time in 13 years, Woods has been voted the PGA Tour player of the year by his peers.

According to The New York Times:

The [AT&T National] tournament raised millions of dollars for the Tiger Woods Foundation, including more than $2 million for the “future development of the Tiger Woods Learning Center to be built in the Washington D.C. area.”

Woods’ name and photos still adorn the website of the tournament, which will be held in late June.

AT&T said it will continue to sponsor the tournament. But its sponsorship of Tiger Jam, an annual charity event held in Las Vegas to raise money for the Tiger Woods Foundation, has expired.

Other companies who have sponsored Woods over the years, including Gatorade and Swiss luxury watchmaker Tag Heuer, have scaled back the campaigns that feature the one-time marketing magnet. But Nike, one of the first companies to endorse Tiger Woods, has stood by the golfer during this tumultuous time in his personal life.

Editorial: Bringing In A New Era

Friday, December 18th, 2009



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Here we are at the end of another year, another year filled with assorted epochs of shift as the seasons and months have once again melted into each other so quickly. Where has the time gone? It seems like so much activity was filled into the space of the last 12 months. With the election of our first African-American President, the epidemic of swine flu, the introduction of Nadya Suleman and her octo-wonderland, an unsteady economy, Twilight Mania, the death of Farrah Fawcett, MVPuppet commercials, Susan Boyle, the flight of Falcon Heene, the death of Sen. Ted Kennedy, our soldiers still fighting in two wars, the reform of healthcare, the influx of Tiger Woods’s personal life and the death of Michael Jackson, this year will be pretty hard to forget. But as we ring in the New Year, we will forget, because 2010 will encompass just as many twists and turns from years past. We will need to have our memory banks clear and our eyes glued on the ills and joys of society–collecting what we need to build our spiritual scrapbooks for the days ahead.

With a new year, there will be a new era–and with that, we hope to bring in the new era right with our launch of The Cost Magazine. With this inaugural issue, Our CoverCosts will feature Harlem hip-hop heavyweight Juelz Santana as he talks about his new album, how his fashion sense and rhyme skills intersect, and why The Diplomats will forever be a movement. We also caught up with R&B ace Omarion as he talks about the influence of Michael Jackson on his career, the origin of his new record label and how he interprets the future of the music business. We’ll also feature Q&A interviews from up-and-coming Florida rapper Smokey and distinguished songwriter Claude “Studio Beast” Kelly.

We’ve witnessed so much in 2009, and as we wait anxiously for our respective clocks to strike 12 a.m. on December 31st, The Cost Magazine strives to be an integral part of your experiences in 2010. Stay tuned as we assemble and cultivate an innovative online venture that will hopefully stand the test of time.

Goodbye 2009. There goes another one for the scrapbook.

We hope that you have a blessed, healthy, safe and prosperous holiday season. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from The Cost Magazine.