Tiger Woods syndrome

Psychology A term coined after the revelation of Tiger Woods’ multiple extramarital relationships, describing a pattern of behaviour characterised by artificial intimacy, based on charm and physical attraction, that fades, followed by the seeking of new partners
Sports medicine A facetious coinage for skull fractures caused by young novice golfers with poor aim and/or wild swings, who first began playing after Tiger Woods’ win in the 1997 Masters Tournament
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Tiger Woods syndrome

Sports medicine A facetious coinage for skull fractures caused by young novice golfers with poor aim and/or wild swings, who began playing after TW's win in the 1997 Masters Tournament
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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But behind the laughter there is a distinct worry his career would be over, a victim of the Tiger Woods syndrome.