Tiger Woods hasn’t been the same since the events following his car crash that brought on the golfer’s marital woes. His earnings are supplemented by multi-year agreements worth millions from various sponsors. Most recently AT&T has announced that it has ended their relationship with Tiger Woods – all of this coming hastily with very little detail from AT&T spokesman Fletcher Cook. He states in an email that “We are ending our sponsorship agreement with Tiger Woods and wish him well in the future.” Although you may not recall the golfer doing commercial spots for AT&T, the corporate logo on Wood’s golf bag was AT&T. It actually replaced Buick for a piece of real estate on the golf bag after General Motors ended their partnership with Woods earlier in the year.