For Tiger Woods, rumors of infidelity are par for the course.
Despite his past indiscretions, however, Woods wants it known that he is not having an affair with Amanda Boyd, ex-wife of golfer Jason Dufner, nor did he ever cheat on his ex-girlfriend Lindsey Vonn.
According to a report in The National Enquirer, Woods and Boyd have "been having a steamy affair for several months. When Lindsey found out about their affair in the early spring, she hit the roof and kicked Tiger to the curb!" In May, Woods and Vonn announced that they had broken up after three years of dating. "Tiger and I have mutually decided to end our relationship. I will always cherish the memories that we've created together," Vonn, an Olympic gold medalist skier, wrote on Facebook.
"Unfortunately, we both lead incredibly hectic lives that force us to spend a majority of our time apart," Vonn added. "I will always admire and respect Tiger."
Woods confirmed the athlete's account the breakup via his official website, telling fans, "Lindsey and I have mutually decided to stop dating. I have great admiration, respect and love for Lindsey and I'll always cherish our time together. She has been amazing with Sam and Charlie and my entire family."
Regarding the Boyd allegations, Woods' agent Mark Steinberg tells E! News, "There is absolutely zero truth to the unfounded rumor. It is wholly false."
Boyd, meanwhile, has yet to comment.
Woods' agent also denied the affair allegations to Golfweek. "I couldn't deny this more vehemently. There is less than zero strand of truth to it. 100 percent false. 100 percent fabricated and zero credence. Absolutely, unequivocally untrue. They are not even acquaintances," he said. "It's absolutely ridiculous."
According to divorce papers filed March 16, Boyd's three-year marriage suffered an "irretrievable breakdown." She and Dufner separated on Feb. 17 due to "a complete incompatibility of temperament."
Prior to dating Vonn, Woods was married to Elin Nordegren. The couple split in 2010 after he publicly confessed to multiple infidelities, the first of which was reported in The National Enquirer the year prior.
In less salacious news, Woods is playing this week at the Greenbrier Classic.