Tiger Woods may be a no-show for a prestigious golf tournament that benefits his charitable foundation, RadarOnline.com has confirmed.
“I do not know if Tiger Woods will be attending,” Gina Ekmekjian, tournament coordinator for the Chevron World Challenge told RadarOnline.com exclusively. The tournament kicks off Tuesday.
“I don’t have that information at present. I can’t comment on the incident and I can’t confirm if he will be here for the Chevron Challenge or not,” Ekmekjian said.
The “incident,” of course, is Tiger’s 2:25 am Friday car crash, and the apparent argument he and his wife Elin Nordegren were having leading up to it.
If Woods stays away, it will be a huge blow to the tournament and his reputation. This is the 11th year for the event which raises funds for the Tiger Woods Foundation.
The tournament runs from December 1 – 6 at the exclusive Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, CA. It features a field of just 18 players, all invited by Tiger, and will be televised by NBC.