Tiger Woods Get Dumped By Accenture

December 13, 2009 at 10:13 pm 1 comment

Looks like Tiger got sacked by another sponsor,    From the AP

“Global consulting firm Accenture Ltd. is ending its sponsorship of Tiger Woods, saying the golfer is “no longer the right representative” after the “circumstances of the last two weeks.”

Accenture’s announcement Sunday marks the company’s first statement since allegations of Woods’ multiple infidelities surfaced in recent weeks. The move makes Accenture the first sponsor to cut ties altogether with Woods since his marital troubles came to light and since his statement Friday that the 33-year-old is taking an indefinite leave from golf to work on his marriage.

The relationship between Woods and Accenture goes back six years, with the New York-based firm in 2006 crediting its “Go on, be a Tiger” campaign with boosted its image significantly. Accenture has used Woods to personify its claimed attributes of integrity and high performance”

This incident makes Tiger looks like a player and sometimes players are looked down in society.  I think has a fear of commiment and cannot make his up mind on the woman that he wants to spend his life with.

Tiger will be better served having short-term flings or relationships than getting into long-term relationship.  He has a flawed personality that needs lot of work.    Tiger needs discuss a long-term strategy of how to learn how to be committed by a master thearpist.  Also, he need discuss issues with ego and the role of humility in a relationship.  Otherwise, Tiger should stay from long-term relationships for the rest of his life.

And finally,  I learn that trying being a player is not worth it.  It is not worth it trying to be the player in life.   I am sure that I can learn how to get the score from Tiger but I sure do not want to take Tiger’s advice on how to stay in a relationship.


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  • 1. Mark Smitty  |  December 14, 2009 at 6:30 am

    I still don’t understand why his sponsors aren’t asking him to step up their promotions, and not dumping him. He is literally bigger now than he ever was as the greatest golfer in history! I wish I could afford to hire him!


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