Tiger Woods Brings Back 'Tiger Jam' After Hiatus In Wake Of Cheating Scandal


Feb. 3 2011, Published 10:25 a.m. ET

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Shamed golfer Tiger Woods is slowly getting his life back on track after his massive cheating scandal emerged, and has learned that after taking 2010 off, he’s bringing back his benefit concert Tiger Jam.

And the event couldn’t be taking place in a more fitting location – Sin City.

Music industry superstars John Mayer and Keith Urban are headlining the April 30, 2011 fundraising concert at the Mandalay Bay Events Center with proceeds going to the Tiger Woods Foundation.

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“I’m thrilled these two talented musicians are joining us for Tiger Jam,” Woods said on his official website.

“We have had so much success with this event over the last 13 years, raising more than $12 million for programs of my Foundation, and we are excited to continue the tradition.”

Woods made headlines in 2009 after a bizarre crash outside his Florida home over Thanksgiving weekend uncovered he’d been cheating with more than 14 women while still married to his then-wife, Elin Nordegren.

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A media frenzy ensued and the golfer pulled out of virtually every tournament and planned appearance, including Tiger Jam 2010, and eventually entered a treatment center for sexual addiction.

Woods and Nordegren have two children together and finalized their divorce in August, 2010.


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