Tiger Woods Wins Masters As Shady Girlfriend Erica Herman Celebrates Victory

Tiger Woods Wins Masters Girlfriend Erica Herman Celebrates Victory
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Apr. 14 2019, Updated 9:59 p.m. ET

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Tiger Woods won his fifth Masters tournament today.

And his 'shady lady' Erica Herman, 33, was by his side as he clinched his historic victory.

The 43-year-old golf superstar staged his comeback in trademark final-round red shirt after injuries and personal struggles to clinch his win in Augusta after a 14-year wait.

Herman wore a matching red shirt, floppy black hat, and sexy short shorts, as she celebrated with Woods and his family after his dramatic victory on Sunday.

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He hugged his son Charlie after his win before embracing his controversial girlfriend who now accompanies him at every tournament.

The Florida native hugged her man tightly as he walked off the 18th green as the crowds chanted his name.

She jumped up and down with excitement and shouted "Yay" as she kissed her hero and the crowds chanted 'Tiger!' 'Tiger!'

However, has previously reported that the

Tiger Woods

Orlando, Florida, native has had some financial and legal problems in the past.

His curvy girlfriend was previously hit with a $450k lawsuit as well as a $20k tax lien.

On March 11, 2010, she was hit with federal tax liens for $17,652.53 for the December 2007 tax period and $2,609.92 for the December 2008 tax period.

The tax liens were released on October 29, 2013.

It is understood that the multi-millionaire golfer has been helping his girlfriend to get financially stable since they started dating a couple of years ago.

The couple met after she managed a restaurant that he owned in Jupiter, Florida.



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