Why Tiger Woods’ agent Mark Steinberg should resign–now

mulligan, 25 April 2010, Comments Off on Why Tiger Woods’ agent Mark Steinberg should resign–now
Categories: Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods hasn’t yet denied the ongoing allegations that Mark Steinberg knew of Tiger’s sexual affair with local Perkins waitress Mindy Lawton and that he played a crucial role in arranging the deal with the National Enquirer to kill the photos of Tiger and Mindy by having Tiger appear on the cover of Men’s Fitness. In his press conference, Tiger said only that he kept his affairs from “most” people in his entourage. Steinberg came out this week, denying that he knew of the “multiple affairs” but he was very vague about Mindy Lawton’s specific accusations about Steinberg. (Click here for ESPN’s report on Mark Steinberg’s possible knowledge of at least one sexual affair of Tiger Woods.)

Although Steinberg probably was only “doing his job” in allegedly arranging a cover up of Tiger’s affair (if he did) in exchange for a Men’s Fitness cover shoot, Tiger Woods should begin to wonder whether his wife Elin will ever reconcile with him knowing that Steinberg may cover up sexual affairs in the future. Elin has no reason to trust Steinberg, at all.

But if that weren’t enough, the main reason Steinberg should resign now is very simple: Steinberg let Tiger Woods shoot the distasteful Nike ad using the voice of the dead Earl Woods’ voice to sell Nike products and to rehabilitate Tiger’s commercial marketability. That is downright disgusting. No wonder Elin reportedly is livid about the Nike commercial. No sports agent worth his salt would’ve permitted his client to run such a reprehensible ad. The Golf Blog wants to know, “What were YOU thinking, Mark Steinberg?


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