Tiger Woods isn't Talking about the Car Accident – Cancels Tournament

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[Best Syndication News] Tiger Woods made the news world buzz with his car crash into a tree and fire hydrant in front of his home. The rumor mills of the gossip magazines along with the main stream media are trying to find out what happened in the early morning hours that might have led up to the bizarre accident that happened in the early morning hours the day after Thanksgiving.

On the official Tiger Woods website at http://web.tigerwoods.com/news/article/200911307728116/news/, he announces that he will not be playing in the upcoming 2009 Chevron World Challenge due to the one person car accident that he was in.

On the websites Woods writes: "I am extremely disappointed that I will not be at my tournament this week. I am certain it will be an outstanding event and I'm very sorry that I can't be there."

TMZ reported that witnesses at the accident told them that Woods did not have on shoes which is a traffic violation.

People Magazine reported that Woods' wife Elin Nordegren used his golf clubs to break the glass to help get him out of the car after the accident.

Woods was reported to have received cuts to his upper and lower lip and had blood in his mouth after the accident and was floating in and out of consciousness.

The accident happened only two days after a story broke in the National Enquirer that Woods was seen with another woman, Rachel Uchitel, a New York night club hostess who they reported the two of them had spent time with together in Melbourne, Australia.

People Magazine got a comment for Uchitel, who claims that there was no cheating with Woods going on and that she resents how the media is blasting her for something that she never acknowledged happening.

Youtube has brewed a hole parody of home spun interpretations of the Tiger Woods car accident. See one of them below.

By: John Stanton

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