Did Tiger Woods Skip a Tournament For His Mistress?

Mike KranzlerContributor IDecember 10, 2009

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - FEBRUARY 03:  Tiger Woods of the USA is unhappy with his third shot at the 18th hole during the final round of the Dubai Desert Classic, on the Majilis Course at the Emirates Golf Club, on February 3, 2008 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.  (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)
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Tiger Woods has been caught in the act yet again. Evidence has been uncovered detailing flights booked for alleged mistress Rachel Uchitel to visit him abroad.

TMZ.com has published Uchitel's e-mail itinerary for a flight to Australia in November, when Woods was playing in the Australian Masters. According to TMZ's sources, she even stayed in the same hotel as Woods during her time Down Under.

But more troubling than this trip to Australia is where she went next.

Further down on the itinerary, Uchitel is shown being booked to fly to Dubai on Nov. 16. That just so happened to be the week of the Dubai World Championship, known as the richest golf tournament in the world with $10 million in prize money.

However, Tiger did not play in the tournament, which was won by Lee Westwood, instead taking the week off from his busy playing schedule.

Then why was Uchitel in Dubai?

The fact that the flights were all booked together by Bryon Bell, president of Tiger Woods Design, possibly points towards similar motives in her visits to Australia and Dubai.

And if so, this could mean that Woods was in town for the Dubai World Championship, despite the fact that he was not playing in the event.

PGA officials cannot be pleased with their biggest draw, should this be the case.

Tiger Woods is already in hot water with his wife over his multiple instances of alleged infidelity, but in the sands of Dubai, this latest news may mire him in yet another hazard.