Woods loses again
American telecommunications giant AT&T has ended its sponsorship deal with Tiger Woods, according to widespread reports.
Woods admitted earlier this month he was taking an indefinite break from golf in order to save his marriage, having admitted being unfaithful to wife Elin.
An AT&T statement reported on the BBC website read: "We are ending our sponsorship agreement with Tiger Woods and wish him well in the future."
Fellow sponsors Accenture has already ended its association with Woods, while Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer announced it will 'downscale the use of his image' in its campaigns during his indefinite period of absence from the sport and Gillette that he will have a more 'limited' role in its future campaigns.
AT&T said earlier this month it was 'evaluating their relationship' with Woods.
Woods' admission over his affairs came after he was injured in car crash outside his home in Florida in November.
Source: sportalWritten by EXEGOLF
Number of comments 0
Peter Mitchell believes a return to the scene of his last European Senior Tour win can reignite his ...Full article