Tiger Woods’ girlfriend, Erica Herman, is often spotted supporting the golfer at various tournaments. But she hasn't been photographed cheering Woods on since his April 2019 Masters win, sparking breakup speculation as he continued the season with poor performances. In an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com, Herman revealed the two are still going strong.
“We haven’t split,” Herman, 34, told Radar. “I’ve been to every tournament he’s been at.”
Herman, who works as the Director of Operations at his Florida restaurant, The Woods Jupiter, explained how she hasn’t been photographed because she “doesn’t like public attention.”
“Our relationship is great,” she said. “Great with no end in sight.”
Woods, 43, won his fifth Masters title and his first major championship win in over a decade in April 2019.
As Radar readers know, his golf career took a dive in 2009 after he allegedly cheated on then-wife Elin Nordegren, who Radar reported is now expecting a child with former NFL player Jordan Cameron, with a bevy of women.
Herman was by his side at the April 2019 Masters win and has even been credited for his comeback. She was last photographed with Woods when President Donald Trump presented him with the Presidential Medal of Freedom following his win. His two children with Nordegren, Sam, 12, and Charlie, 10, were also in attendance for the May 6 ceremony.
But Woods’ career hit a slump again after the Masters, which was the last competition Herman was photographed attending.
She was seemingly a no-show at the 2019 PGA Championship in mid-May, where Woods missed the cut by just one stroke.
He finished nine-under for the 2019 Memorial Tournament in June. Later in the month for the U.S. Open, he also didn’t come out on top.
She also wasn’t photographed at the Open Championship in July. On Thursday, July 18, the first day of the tournament, Woods carded a seven-over 78. While he performed better on Friday, July 19, the rally wasn’t enough for him to advance to the next round.
He pulled out of the 2019 Northern Trust hours before he was scheduled to play his second round because of an oblique strain. He finished the season at the BMW Championship at seven under par. He blamed the poor season on injuries.
The athlete met the brunette beauty when she worked as a manager at his eatery. They went public with their relationship in November 2017, months after his May 2017 arrest for driving under the influence. He pled guilty to one count of reckless driving and was ordered to complete 12 months of probation.