EVERYONE WANTS A PIECE OF TIGER
ROGUE online agents are cashing in on Tiger Woods' appearance in Australia by flogging fake one-day passes for up to $350.
The real cost to see him at the Australian Masters is expected to be about $50.
Event owner and organiser IMG warned fans to wait until next month before purchasing tickets for the November classic at Kingston Heath.
Woods, who is being paid $3 million, is tipped to draw record crowds in a major boost for the sport in Australia.
But profiteers are already at work. One website is peddling a four-day Masters pass for a huge $600. To continue reading click here