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Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn, sports newest and most powerful power couple, made a splash on Monday night, making their first public appearance as a couple at the annual Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. While this is a bold and important step in the couple’s budding relationship, some gossip emerging from the evening’s festivities after the gala may not be the kind of publicity Tiger and Lindsey would prefer to get out about their glitzy and high-profile date night. According to some onlookers, Tiger Woods appeared to be a bit on the tipsy side at an after party at the Boom Boom Room, a destination located on top of the Standard Hotel. In fact, some might argue that he was more than tipsy. He was trashed. Schnockered. Three sheets to the wind. Wasted. Blotto. And so on and so forth. Via US Magazine, the go-to source for the best in hard-hitting sports journalism: “Tiger looked uncomfortable,” an onlooker at the Boom Boom Room says. The twosome c...
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Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn made their first public appearance as a couple at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala in New York. Woods, the No. 1 ranked golfer in the world, and Vonn, a World Cup skier who is recuperating from knee reconstruction surgery, appeared on the red carpet Monday night wearing classic evening attire for a party that encouraged attendees...
Lindsey Vonn and Tiger Woods made their relationship official in March, but it wasn’t until this week that they made their first red carpet appearance. The two stepped out in public for the annual Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on Monday night. They went to an after party at the Standard Hotel afterwards. US Weekly says Tiger got tipsy at...
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Celebrity super couple Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn stepped out Monday night to attend the 2013 Met Gala, and while the pair looked stunning all gussied up for the classy outing, Woods decided that swanky event or not, he was going to get his drink on. And apparently his Olympic champion paramour was none too impressed with her golf pro beau’s drunken shenanigans...
Rumors are spreading -- along with photos -- that indicate Tiger Woods may have been intoxicated as he escorted Lindsey Vonn to the Met Gala on Monday.
Golfer Tiger Woods is certainly enjoying himself with his new-found love Lindsey. Reportedly Woods got so drunk at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, that he wasn’t able to walk without falling down. According to a witness reports, Woods fell down while climbing a small stair case. Yes Woods fell going up the stairs. Woods didn’t move from the spot until Vonn, who was...
Tiger Woods played a great opening round of golf at the Players Championship. He is showing the world that getting drunk and falling up a flight of stairs isn’t enough to stop him from playing a good round of golf. Woods had an opening round that contained 6 birdies and one bogey at, The Players Championship. He didn’t make a bogey until his final hole of the round, the 18th...
Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn hit the town over the weekend and all eyes were on the power couple.
According to US Magazine, the golfer and skier hit up an after party at the Boom Boom Room (atop the Standard Hotel) following the the annual Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC.
It was there, according to “onlookers,” where Tiger reportedly tied one...
Making their first public appearance together, Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn graced the red carpet of the Met Gala in New York.
The happy couple was finally spotted out in public together.
Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn appeared on the red carpet together at the Met Ball in New York on Monday night as guests of Vogue, according to CBS Sports. The pair had made the relationship “Facebook official” back in March.
Another famous couple, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, were also spotted at the event. Brady was...
Tiger Woods said Tuesday at TPC Sawgrass, where he begins play on Thursday at the Players Championship, that if he saw a rules violation on TV, he would not call officials to report the incident.
“I don’t ever see myself calling in and saying that Kobe
Things have been looking up lately for Tiger Woods. His game has been on the upswing and he's even dating again.
So who can blame him for letting off a little steam with his lovely lady Lindsey Vonn? Well, it sounds like he may have done a little more than let off some steam.
According to US Weekly , quoting a witness, Tiger got a little "tipsy" during an after party...
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — Tiger Woods was nine shots out of the lead, not the best position at The Players Championship, especially since he had not even started his round. Perhaps the bigger surprise was the guy who posted the record-tying round Thursday.
Roberto Castro had only played the TPC Sawgrass in a practice round. He made a debut he won’t soon forget.
There was the...
Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy had their best start ever in The Players Championship.
It still wasn't enough to catch a guy who had never played the TPC Sawgrass.
Roberto Castro hit shots to tap-in range on the famed 17th and 18th holes on his way to a 9-under 63. That tied the course record held by Greg Norman and Fred Couples, and gave him a three-shot lead over McIlroy.
That night was ecstasy T..
Check out Tiger Woods on the left smiling on the 11th tee during round two of THE PLAYERS Championship at THE PLAYERS Stadium course at TPC Sawgrass. Now look at the pic on the right from earlier in the week at the Met Gala, where Tiger is obviously under the influence. Now you tell me what he was smoking.-TO
Tiger Woods Drunk Face Sweeping the Net
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