Tiger Woods is strongly denying a report he’s having an affair with the ex-wife of a fellow professional golfer, and that his relationship with Lindsey Vonn ended after she caught the pair together.
Woods, who seems to be enjoying his prolonged prowess with women more than his flaccid golf game, has been seeing Amanda Boyd, 27, whose marriage to golfer Jason Dufner ended with a quickie divorce in April, the National Enquirer reported.
It claimed, “They’ve been having a steamy affair for several months. When Lindsey found out about their affair in the early spring, she hit the roof and kicked Tiger to the curb!”
But Woods’ agent Mark Steinberg emailed Page Six, “This is 100 percent false. Absolutely zero truth to the rumor.”
Attractive brunette Amanda does seem to be the type to catch Tiger’s eye.
She has previously posted to social media pictures of herself teeing off in a tiny pink thong.
She and Jason married in May 2012, and he won the 2013 PGA Championship.
He and Woods are reported to be not close friends, but Jason does consider Woods a “trusted colleague.”
According to divorce papers filed on March 16, Amanda and Jason suffered an “irretrievable breakdown of the marriage” and separated on Feb. 17 due to “a complete incompatibility of temperament.”
Ski champ Lindsey, 30, and Tiger, 39, announced the end of their two-year relationship in May, citing busy schedules.
Steinberg added to Golfweek about the affair report, “I couldn’t deny this more vehemently. There is less than zero strand of truth to it. 100 percent false. 100 percent fabricated and zero credence. Absolutely, unequivocally untrue. They are not even acquaintances. It’s absolutely ridiculous.”