Phil Knight, the co-founder of the sports footwear and clothing giant, said the scandal surrounding Woods's private life was "part of the game" in endorsement deals.
But he acknowledged that his company's checks on the sports star's suitability had failed to uncover evidence of serial philandering.Â …. Woods announced on Friday that he was taking an "indefinite break" from golf to cope with the domestic crisis caused by his infidelity with a string of cocktail waitresses and nightclub workers. Another alleged lover called Cori Rist told NBC News that she realised Woods was seeing other women when she would wake up in the middle of the night and find him sending text messages on his mobile phone. Woods faced further embarrassment when Sky TV in New Zealand was due to air an interview â€“ believed to be his last before the scandal broke â€“ in which he spoke about the importance of his family. "It's been great, actually, it's been the best thing that ever happened," Woods said of his wife and their two young children. When asked, "Family first, then golf second â€“ always been like that?", Woods looked solemn as he replied: "Always." http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/golf/tigerwoods/6811897/Nike-Tiger-Woods-affairs-are-a-minor-blip.html Express your concern:
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