Tiger Woods might resort to legal action against Golf.com analyst

American professional golfer Tiger Woods is still silent regarding accusations coming from a Golf.com analyst that lately targeted him but his agent hints that legal action may be taken.

Brandel Chamblee wrote an article on Golf.com where he presented PGA Tour season grades for some of the top Golf players. Tiger Woods was attacked after taking an illegal drop at the Masters. He was assessed a two-shot penalty. Chamblee focused his analysis on this rather than also considering that Tiger Woods is still the Number one player in the world after winning five times on tour.

Mark Steinberg, Tiger Woods' agent, detailed to ESPN that it is possible that legal action will be taken because of the cheating accusation's present in Chamblee's article. A "cheater" label in golf is considered very bad especially in the professional ranks.

It remains to be seen if the Golf Analyst who graded with an "F" Tiger Woods' PGA Tour season performance will be brought in court.