Tiger Woods, the world’s number one golfer has been offered a unique sponsorship deal.
The deal reportedly worth $100 million dollars, is the first of its kind to have no morality clause in it, therefore leaving Tiger free to do whatever he wants. In fact the owner of the online gambling company would rather Tiger endorses his recent “bad boy” image
"If Tiger would just come clean and admit he likes to do the same things I like to do, I think he'd fit our brand perfectly," said Calvin Ayre
"As is always the case in these situations it is the fact that you are living a life that is not true that actually causes the problem. If he'd just come clean and admit ‘This is who I am' that I think there would be a lot of opportunity for him with a different image."
Following all the recent revelations about the golfer’s personnel life, Tiger has lost lucrative sponsorship deals with AT&T, Accenture and Gatorade.
It has been estimated that before the allegations of Tigers infidelity emerged, his sponsorship deals have earnt him $100million a year.
Woods, who has only played in three golf tournaments since the news broke, is currently out of the game due to an inflamed joint in his neck. No definite date has been given for his return, although reports suggest he is planning on taking part in the Open at St Andrews in June.