From hole-in-one to home run! Golf superstar Tiger Woods took his new girlfriend along with him to a Dodgers-Astros World Series game on Oct. 25, and they seem to be getting serious! At the beginning of the month, Tiger brought his lady along to the President’s Cup, and fans quickly noticed that the 41-year-old was getting pretty cozy with the brunette beauty. Keep scrolling for more details about her.
Tiger and Erica at the World Series.
Who is Tiger Woods’ girlfriend?
Tiger has been spotted with 33-year-old Erica Herman multiple times in the past month. Though there has been no official announcement about their relationship, Erica, who is the manager of Tiger’s Florida-based restaurant, was sporting a “player spouse” lanyard at the President's Cup, which is typically reserved for golfers’ wives or girlfriends. Erica also posed effortlessly alongside the other WAGs, so it seems pretty official to us!
Tiger’s love life has been far from smooth sailing. Back in August following a DUI arrest, Tiger announced his breakup with then-girlfriend Kristin Smith. And, according to reports, his legal issues caused their split. “He screws up and she gets pulled into it and she can’t handle the pressure of it all,” a source told Radar Online at the time. “She seems very overwhelmed and stressed to people who really know her.”
Erica’s telling badge.
Apart from the drinking incident, Kristin was also afraid that her sports star beau was being unfaithful. “There were fights where she thought he was cheating. That started about a year in and things went south,” the source added. “He’s very jealous and that is hard for her.”
Tiger has a history of infidelity. His marriage to Elin Nordegren famously ended in 2010 following a cheating scandal, and he's opened up in the past about how he told his kids, daughter Sam, 10, and son Charlie, 8, that the couple was getting divorced. "[I tell them], 'Guys, the reason why we’re not in the same house, why we don’t live under the same roof, Mommy and Daddy, is because Daddy made some mistakes,'" he said in a 2015 interview. "'But it’s OK. We’re all human. We all make mistakes.'"