Tiger Woods' Mistresses Painted On Golf Balls : News Photo

Tiger Woods' Mistresses Painted On Golf Balls

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NEW YORK, USA - UNDATED: EXCLUSIVE All ten of the special edition golf balls with portrait pictures of each of Tiger Woods' alleged 10 mistresses. Want to play with Tiger Wood's alleged mistresses? Well now you are free to take a pop whenever you want. Canadian company, Creative Classics, has designed a set of 12 golf balls each bearing the face of a lady linked to the golf legend. However the aptly named Tail of the Tiger balls are not a comprehensive set and only include 12 of the 19 women rumoured to be his bedmates. Writer Mike Caldwell, 63, had the brainwave on 21st December as he realised that February 14th begins the Year of the Tiger. The basic set costs $44.95 (£28) or an ornate display pack for $5 (£3) more. They are now being sold internationally and $40,000 (£25,000) worth of balls were sold in the first three days. (Photo by James Ambler / Barcroft USA / Getty Images)
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NEW YORK, USA - UNDATED: EXCLUSIVE All ten of the special edition golf balls with portrait pictures of each of Tiger Woods' alleged 10 mistresses. Want to play with Tiger Wood's alleged mistresses? Well now you are free to take a pop whenever you want. Canadian company, Creative Classics, has designed a set of 12 golf balls each bearing the face of a lady linked to the golf legend. However the aptly named Tail of the Tiger balls are not a comprehensive set and only include 12 of the 19 women rumoured to be his bedmates. Writer Mike Caldwell, 63, had the brainwave on 21st December as he realised that February 14th begins the Year of the Tiger. The basic set costs $44.95 (£28) or an ornate display pack for $5 (£3) more. They are now being sold internationally and $40,000 (£25,000) worth of balls were sold in the first three days. (Photo by James Ambler / Barcroft USA / Getty Images)
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