Tiger Alert: Woods drops out of his own tournament

Not surprisingly, Tiger Woods has decided to remove himself from his own tournament this weekend. His Chevron World Challenge, which he last missed due to his knee injury, will not feature the world's best player after he sustained injuries in a car crash last weekend.

ESPN is reporting that Tiger is not up to full speed yet, and so will be unable to travel and compete this year.

That's bad news for golf fans, perhaps, but Tiger has some larger concerns on his plate right now.

Over the weekend, the rumor mill has churned out a number of theories as to what took place the night after Thanksgiving. Tiger continues to remain silent on the issue.

Although his family has refused to speak with police several times, the story that is emerging seems to cast doubt on the "cheating scandal turned domestic abuse" plot line.

The couple that called 911 told the media that Elin Woods requested they do so. Previously, we were told that she made no effort to inform the authorities of the accident. They also say she showed sympathy and behaved like a woman who did not beat her husband with a golf club minutes before his crash.

Good signs for the Woods family. Nevertheless, as long as the public remains entirely in the dark, the potential for this incident to scar the career of Tiger Woods remains.

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