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Monday, 19 December 2011

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Six autographed golf balls that Tiger Woods recently sold to Jay Leno for $14,000.

CUCAMONGA - Tiger Woods participated in the Second Annual Heidi Montag Invitational Golf Tournament over the weekend.

The Cucamonga Chit-Chat Chronicle is reporting that Woods is extremely upset at being the victim of a hot dog throwing incident while he was putting on the 13th hole at The Chad Ochocinco Commemorative Golf Course.

Tiger told 4C reporter Fuchsia Garfunkel that the 13th hole hot dog throwing incident brought back memories from October when he was playing at The Frys.com Open Golf Tournament in San Martin California, and an individual identified as Sebastian Leon Corkweiser, III, 31, of Pacific Palisades tossed a hot dog at him on the seventh hole green.

Regarding the Cucamonga incident Eldrick Tont Woods (Tiger's real name) filed a complaint with the golf course director Monticello "Sand Trap" Tigginback.

Mr. Tigginback stated that the hot dog thrower was apprehended as he was running past the 9th hole by a fan identified as Florella Jo Tutsowitz, 87, a retired Velcro tester from Pocatello, Idaho.

Mrs. Tutsowitz told officers with The Cucamonga Police Department that she managed to trip Mr. Corkweiser with her walker as he ran right in front of her.

She said that she was told that the golf course will pay for the damages done to her walker as it was bent by Corkweiser's left leg, which was extremely bruised and bleeding in four places.

Tiger was asked by the CPD officers if he had been hurt in the incident. He remarked that he did not think so adding that the hot dog actually hit the handle of his golf club and then landed on the green.

He did say that the mustard and relish did make one hell of a mess on the green and his caddie Joey "Golf Balls" LaCavaletti tried to clean up the mustard and relish as best he could.

LaCavaletti was then asked if he had been hurt and he replied that he had not been hurt but that he was somewhat traumatized and he will certainly not be relishing this most unfortunate incident.

FOOTNOTE: The Cucamonga Chit-Chat Chronicle is reporting that attorney Gloria Allred is trying to contact Tiger Woods about a possible lawsuit.

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