Some of you out there may be a little perplexed by today’s bizarre development in the Tiger Woods saga. X17Online posted photos Friday afternoon that seemed to debunk earlier snaps from the NATIONAL ENQUIRER ascribed to Woods at a rehab center in Mississippi.
The Enquirer subsequently claimed the X17Online photos are of a Woods lookalike planted at the clinic to make it appear that the golfer was never at the facility. Normally we’d all laugh off that kind of assertion, but in this case I know there are some people out there who do think today’s photos were a ruse perpetrated by Team Tiger and officials at the clinic.
I’ve maintained all along that Woods was never at the facility, but it is interesting to note that Woods is no stranger to having stand-ins. His management often hired lookalikes in the past for commercial shoots. Once such example was Woods’ famous walk-on-water spot for EA Sports in 2008.