His wife is divorcing him. Pepsi has deserted him. Accenture is acting like he was never the face of their consulting business. But today, Dubai Properties Group, a private company owned by Dubai’s emir, reached a hand across the sand by releasing a statement announcing that it intends to keep its commitment to Tiger Woods Dubai, the 55-million-square-foot resort and golf academy. And unlike some people, the statement indicated, they were going to keep their mouths shut about their relationship.
“Tiger Woods Dubai does not comment on the personal lives of our valued partners,” it added.
We guess despite its recent credit problems, Dubai is still the land of second chances. And if this luxury resort in a desert oasis with a notoriously robust sex industry happens to benefit from his scandal, then so be it.