ORLANDO, FL (WKOW) -- While the PGA Tour and its sponsors may be struggling in the absence of Tiger Woods from the Tour, other people are still making money off of Tiger's transgressions.
A Canadian novelty golf ball maker has created "The Tail of the Tiger" mistress collection of golf balls devoted to Woods' alleged mistresses. The balls debuted last week at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando. The box contains 12 balls, each with a different one of Woods' alleged mistresses printed on the side.
The owner of the golf ball maker, Mike Caldwell, says his design was inspired to lift the spirits of golfer's who are saddened this season by Tiger's absence and his indefinite leave from the sport.
If you are interested in this unique collection, the balls cost $54 a dozen.
Attorney Gloria Alred, who represented Rachel Uchitel and others, has been quoted as saying the golf balls could encourage violence towards women.