Tiger Woods’ Dad’s Abandoned Grave Overgrowing With Weeds After Golfer’s Big Win

While Tiger Woods is likely still celebrating his notorious win on Sunday, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that his late father’s grave is still abandoned and covered in weeds.

RadarOnline.com spoke to staffers at the Manhattan, Kansas cemetery where Earl Woods’ body is buried. Earl lies next to his father, Miles Woods, but there’s one major difference: Earl is the only Woods family member at the cemetery without a tombstone bearing his name.

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In the shocking new photo below, Earl’s abandoned grave is not only non-existent, it’s now covered with overgrown weeds!

A cemetery groundskeeper also told Radar a red rock was placed in the space where Earl lies just for staffers to remember the plot is taken.

“There’s no name,” said the employee. “There’s nothing besides a placeholder.”

The cemetery’s sexton, Mike Mohler, confirmed to Radar that he has never seen the professional golfer visit his father’s burial site.

As Radar readers know, Tiger, 42, made a major comeback on Sunday, September 23, winning his first major tournament in five years. He previously underwent four back surgeries.

The athlete beamed as he received congratulatory kisses by his girlfriend, Erica Herman.

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As Radar readers know, Earl was one of Tiger’s biggest fans. However, the father-son duo reportedly did not have the closest relationship off of the golf course. Despite Earl’s visible support for Tiger on television, the famous father had hidden dirty fetishes involving porn and cheating on Tiger’s mother Ultida, authors Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian claimed in a book published this year.

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