Tiger Returns to Augusta With 90 Bodyguards

Tuesday, 06 Apr 2010 09:48 AM

 

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Tiger Woods will be guarded by 90 private bodyguards, some of them armed, on his much-touted return to golf at the Masters this week, according to a report in the UK's Daily Mail.

Each of the unprecedented number of bodyguards reportedly has photos of his former mistresses, including porn star Joslyn James, who has threatened to bring friends with megaphones to the classic sports event.

According to one of the guards, "None of these girls are allowed anywhere near him. If one photo comes out of a beautiful lady touching him, it would be a disaster."

Under ordinary circumstances, the course at Augusta National, Ga., features a 200-strong force to patrol the 30,000 spectators at the Masters.

The return of the world's No. 1 golfer has 82 extra private security guards in place, plus a detail of eight to surround Woods personally.

To read the full Daily Mail story Go Here Now.


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