"Tiger has a brand-new lair," a huge New York Post cover story blared in March, "a $65 million estate in the Hamptons where he can send his chip shots flying into the ocean." That week, the listing agent for the 13,200-square-foot Colonial Revival mansion (there was also a 7,500-square-foot guesthouse and four-car garage) denied the Tiger Woods report to Newsday: "It is hilarious," she said. "I don’t know where this comes from." In that article, Post editor-in-chief Col Allen said, "We stand by our story."
Meanwhile, the golfer's representatives told Radar the report was "dead wrong." There was no correction from the Post. read more »
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