Tiger Woods Denies He Cheated On Lindsey Vonn With Amanda Boyd
On Wednesday, the National Enquirer published a story, picked up by sister outlet RadarOnline and others, claiming Vonn caught Woods cheating with Boyd. The supermarket tabloid quoted a “source” as saying, “Even though Tiger dated Lindsey for years, he had a ‘thing’ for Amanda. At first, it was just innocent flirting, but earlier this year it became serious.”
The Enquier alleged Woods and Boyd had a “steamy affair for months,” and claimed it’s the reason she and Dufner filed for divorce earlier this year. The magazine further said, “When Lindsey found out about their affair in the early spring, she hit the roof and kicked Tiger to the curb,” and went as far as declaring on its cover, “Toxic Tiger Steals Pal’s Wife.”
But Woods’ agent is firing back at the claims. Mark Steinberg tells Golfweek, “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.”
Woods and ex-wife Elin Nordegren famously split in 2010 after his multiple affairs were exposed. He went on to date Vonn for three years, and their breakup in May was blamed on their busy schedules and long-distance relationship. Woods begins playing in the Geenbrier Classic in West Virginia on Thursday.