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Thursday, 10 December 2009

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Two PlayGal office workers looking at Holly Sampson's collection of Tiger Woods' photos.

MALIBU BEACH - Holly Sampson, aka number 7 on Tiger Woods "Scorecard" is presently negotiating with PlayGal Magazine to sell a collection of two dozen nude photos of the worlds most famous golfer.

Cypress Klinkenberg, the publisher of PlayGal said that her publication is presently awaiting official authentication before it cuts the six figure check.

Holly said that the photos were taken using a time-delay camera-tripod system when her and "Woody" as she calls him were vacationing down in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

The two were staying at the world famous Hotel Vibora de Cascabel (Hotel Rattlesnake).

[EDITOR'S NOTE: What an appropriate name.]

At the time Tiger was participating in The Cabo San Lucas Invitational Tournament which he ended up winning by seven strokes.

Holly said that since she could not attend the tournament she spent her day shopping in the market place or watching TV in their $900 a day luxury suite.

When asked what she watched on TV she said that she watched reruns of Gilligan's Island, which she said is hilarious listening to the castaways talking in Spanish.

She said that she especially got a kick out of listening to Gilligan rattle off in Spanish. In the show he is known as "El Pendejo," (The stupid one.)

Holly said that she also got to watch some bullfights. She said that she noticed that the bull always seems to win. She was wondering, if like wrestling, maybe bullfighting is also fake.

In a related story. Holly Sampson happily announced that she has been hired as a consultant on a movie that will start filming soon entitled, 'Tiger Woods - The Man, His Putter, and His Balls.'

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