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There are plenty of golfers all over the world who have wished they were Tiger Woods at one time or another. But you’d be hard pushed to find someone wanting to slip into his spikes at the moment as he deals with the protracted fallout from his recent “accident.” [cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/images/12/04/tiger2.art.jpg caption="Tiger’s “transgressions” are the subject of heated debate. "]
Whats more the recent “transgressions” of the world’s number one golfer is sounding alarm bells within the female fraternity at CNN’s London bureau.
Woods’ alleged off-course shenanigans with – oh, please! – a cocktail waitress, has started a debate about whether their own partners are “playing ball”.
We want to know whether Tiger's transgressions have caused you to question the faithfulness of your other half. Are you seeing the golf clubs left lying around the house in a new empowering light?
Ok. We know Tiger's said claims of physical violence are "false and malicious" but one has to remember that clubs can be incredibly effective at showing how you feel about your relationship. Just ask Nick Faldo.