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Tiger Woods Drops Out of Thousand Oaks Tournament

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Citing injuries from his solo car crash on Friday, Tiger Woods has bowed out of the 2009 Chevron World Challenge, an event that benefits his namesake charity and scheduled to begin tomorrow in Thousand Oaks. Friday's incident was the lynchpin for a series of news about Woods' personal life, something he rather keep private.

To that, ESPN's Jemele Hill says "Good luck with that."

Speculations about domestic violence, drug prescription use, an affair and a lawsuit-- the alleged mistress met with Gloria Allred this weekend--are running rampant in the news.

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