Is history repeating itself? Reports that Tiger Woods and longtime girlfriend Lindsey Vonn called it quits earlier this year after she caught him with another woman may be circulating, but the once-notorious cheater’s agent is adamant that the claims are untrue.
“This is 100 percent false,” Woods’ agent Mark Steinberg told Page Six. “Absolutely zero truth to the rumor.”
On Wednesday, July 1, the National Enquirer reported that Woods, 39, had relapsed into infidelity before his split from Vonn, 30 — with a fellow pro golfer’s ex-wife.
According to the tabloid, Woods had a months-long relationship with 27-year-old Amanda Boyd, who separated from 2013 PGA Champion Jason Dufner in February this year. The couple wed in May 2012.
“I couldn’t deny this more vehemently,” Steinberg told Golfweek. “There is less than zero strand of truth to it. …They are not even acquaintances.”
The National Enquirer states that the rumored relationship is what ultimately sent Vonn over the edge and caused her to call off her three-year relationship with Woods.
The athletic pair split in May, with Vonn, an Olympic skier, citing their “hectic lives” as a primary reason for the breakup.
“After nearly three years together, Tiger and I have mutually decided to end our relationship,” Vonn wrote on Facebook at the time. “I will always cherish the memories that we’ve created together.”
“Unfortunately, we both lead incredibly hectic lives that force us to spend a majority of our time apart. I will always admire and respect Tiger. He and his beautiful family will always hold a special place in my heart.”
Woods and Vonn originally started dating after meeting at a charity event in 2012, two years after the golfer’s very public, far-reaching cheating scandal and divorce from wife Elin Nordegren.
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