Once upon a time there was a really cute looking golf player who managed to hook the attention of girls to the so called elite sport of golf. This golf player looked so scrumptious doing whatever he did with his various golf clubs on those lush green courses that girls sighed and swooned in delight each time he looked up and smiled at the camera.
Of course, this gentleman had real talent and it wasn’t just his good looks that made him popular and earned him the title of the number one athlete in the world. As you can guess, I am talking about Tiger Woods.
However, things didn’t remain all hunky dory for Mr. Woods. Dirty secrets came spilling out like trash from a dumpster and various women from all over the country claimed that they had been at the receiving end of Woods’ affections. Leading the bandwagon of his mistresses was “the highest paid VIP hostess” Rachel Uchitel.
You can find the highs and lows of Woods’, now-highly-public-personal-life in any gossip magazine but this article looks at yet another common ground these two have managed to find since their affair fizzled out – the New York real estate.
Rachel Uchitel (it is rumored from the money that was given to her by Tiger Woods to keep her trap shut) has bought herself a $1,625,000 condo at the Griffon on Park Avenue. However, in keeping with her character, even a typical real estate deal started sizzling with controversy. There were reports that the NYC Condo Board had turned down Ms. Uchitel’s application to buy a house. It was their opinion that she was a “home wrecker and money-grubber.”
It’s not clear whether they was any truth in this news. The next news to make the rounds was that Ms. Uchitel had already grabbed the condo in the very same building and there were absolutely no hitches when the deal went down. In fact, the exchange between both parties was made in the most affable manner possible and Rachel took possession of her 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom Park Avenue apartment with great glee.
Around the same time, gossipmongers began waggling their tongues again and there was news to the effect that Tiger Woods was looking for a bachelor pad for himself in New York. This news has been confirmed and denied in turns. The building in question is the Printing House building on Hudson Street. A pretty brunette claims to have met Woods in person as he was moving a few boxes and golf clubs into his new apartment.
However, other reports in the New York Post were quick to rubbish the claim stating that Woods is not very fond of New York to want to come and live here permanently.
Well, personally speaking, I am fairly tired of hearing about Tiger Woods and Rachel Uchitel and I sincerely hope that they are done splashing their names in the newspapers with ridiculous controversies and scandals. May their affair, be it with each other or the media, rest in peace, or pieces, if you prefer.