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Dressed in Sunday red, hands on hips, Tiger Woods stood at the edge of a rocky drop-off and stared at the water below.
Over the course of a year, almost everything we knew about Tiger Woods has been turned on its head. He touched new lows, both personal and professional. He lost his wife, his aura, some fans, wheelbarrows of cash and in a sense, every tournament he entered. Even his good name is gone.
The dark sedan backed into a spot next to the clubhouse at the Australian Masters, trunk open, waiting to whisk Tiger Woods to the airport. Lingering behind the car was a friend who was still wrestling with divided loyalties _ to Woods and his former wife.
For years, Tiger Woods was a top-10 fixture on celebrity marketing power rankings alongside A-list stars. Today, in the Davie-Brown Index, he ranks somewhere in the 2,000s, beside troubled singer Amy Winehouse, rocker Tommy Lee, early '80s TV star Erik Estrada and Horatio Sanz.
Lee Westwood and Rory McIlroy are among five international players who can play one additional PGA Tour event next year if they are eligible for The Players Championship.
The early reviews are in, and they're not terribly kind.
Tiger Woods in on Twitter, and that's not all.
Tiger Woods is now on Twitter.
Tiger Woods returning to Australia for the third straight year is a fairly safe bet considering the Presidents Cup will be held in 2011 at Royal Melbourne.