Rachel Uchitel


It is not necessary to spend much time describing Tiger Woods. One of the most successful golfers. Although he achieved great success, his turbulent life also made headlines. Tiger Woods, the most successful golfer of all time, has a career that every athlete dreams of.

However, fame has brought with it a burden that Tiger has not always mastered. His reputation was destroyed when an extreme sex affair surfaced in the public in 2009, even though he won more tournaments than anyone else. His wife was cheated on by literally hundreds of women while the seemingly dedicated family man was a serial cheater and sex addict.

He lost sponsorship contracts very quickly, and his earnings decreased by 12 million dollars within a few months. In August 2010, he divorced his wife Elin Nordegren, who never forgave him for cheating. He received rehabilitation and rehab, and he signed up for rehabilitation and rehab.

The avalanche began with just one adulteress and seductress. Rachel Uchitel was one of a number of women who revealed their affair with Woods in that scandalous year of 2009. As a result of her confession regarding her sexual relationship with Tiger, numerous other women, models, and prostitutes with whom Tiger had romances were forced to confess their sexual relationships.

Tiger Woods’ lover
She is still referred to as ‘Tiger’s lover’ even though it has been 13 years since she had an affair with the golfer. Rachel initially suffered a career-ending affair and a media lynching, but she soon got back on her feet and decided to cash in on her scandal.

In order to keep some spiciness and correspondence hidden from the public, she filmed a documentary with HBO titled ‘Tiger,’ in which she revealed everything about their relationship, and she signed a contract with him, who is obliged to pay her huge sums of money.

A mutual friend of Tiger and Rachel, Derek Jeter, introduced them back in 2008, which is when the whole affair began. Rachel once told The Times that she knew he was cheating on his wife from the first time she saw him, long before we ever began dating. In fact, Tiger slept with a number of other women as well.

Tiger Woods’ former lover Rachel Uchitel is reportedly planning an explosive “tell-all” memoir about her affair the golfer.

Tiger Woods’ former mistress Rachel Uchitel is reportedly working on an explosive “tell-all memoir” about her affair with the big cat, despite previously signing an $8million non-disclosure agreement promising her silence.

According to a report by Page Six, Uchitel, now a nightclub manager who was linked with the legendary golfer in 2009, is planning on releasing a book that will tell her whole life story and her trysts with Woods.

The publication report that Uchitel will go into extensive detail about her fling with Woods, now 46, which took place whilst he was married to Elin Nordegren and resulted in the end of their six-year marriage.

Woods and Nordegren, a Swedish model, tied the knot in a lavish ceremony in 2004 and together they welcomed daughter Samantha Alexis Woods and son Charlie Axel Woods.

Woods also revealed his son was named after trailblazing golfer Charlie Sifford, who was the first African American player to play on the PGA Tour. Sifford was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004. He died in 2015 aged 92.

Woods’ extramarital affairs were sensationally revealed in 2009 by the National Enquirer. Woods later tearfully admitted to multiple infidelities at a press conference in front of his mother Tida Woods.

Uchitel first spoke about her affair with the athlete in 2021 for the HBO documentary that was entitled “Tiger”.

“One night I was working at the club and I saw Tiger sipping his drink, talking to nobody,” she said in the doc.

“As I went to leave, he took my phone number and the car probably hadn’t even gotten to the light at the corner, he started texting me.

“He said something like, ‘When can I see you again?’”

“It was intimidating, this was Tiger Woods.

“I knew he was married, I knew he had responsibilities. He said, ‘I want you to fly to Orlando and I’ll come see you there.’”

Woods’ team reportedly spent “years” trying to silence Uchitel. She signed an NDA for a reported $8million.

Uchitel later told the New York Times that she fell on hard times and wasn’t able to find work because her reputation was “tarnished” and she filed for bankruptcy.

In the documentary she said: “I’ve had it with NDAs. I wanted for once to be the one to narrate my story. Ten years later, people were still talking about me as a player in a story I had never talked about.

“I felt like it was time to take the reins.”

At the time, it was reported Woods’ team took or were taking legal action for breaching the contract, but it is not clear what became of that.

Uchitel started her career as a news producer for Bloomberg Television and she later went on to become a host for Extra.

Her book will also reportedly touch on the death of her father, Robert, who died of a drug overdose when she was a child.

He is then planning to tee it up at the landmark 150th Open at St. Andrews.

Woods previously told of his desire to play the Open at the home of golf. He was twice the champion golfer of the year in that venue.

Woods returned to professional golf at the 86th Masters in April, less than 14 months after his car crash which resulted in commuted fractures to his right leg.

The athlete revealed that it was 50/50 his leg was going to be amputated. One of the most recent pictures of Woods shows the true extent of his injury.