10 Facts About Tiger Woods’ ex-girlfriend Kristin Smith

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Meet Kristin Smith; she is the ex-girlfriend of troubled golfer Tiger Woods. Her identity came out following his DUI arrest.

Now let’s check out these curious facts about Woods’ former lady Kristin.

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#1 34-year-old Kristin Dobson-Smith is originally from Florida.

#2 Graduated in 2005, with a degree in marketing from University of Central Florida.

#3 Prior to turning into a celebrity stylist, she worked as Saks, until her parents made her quit because she was spending more than she was making.

#4 She is the proud momma of seven-year-old son Isaiah, from her marriage to former Dallas Cowboys player Gerald Sensabaugh.

#5 She is the owner of Kristin S. Wardrobe Consulting Group, Sensible Investment Properties LLC., and CLAD Life.

#6 She and Tiger dated from  2015 to 2017.

#7 In April 2016, during a routine check police in Palm Beach, not far from the golfer’s house; she has $200.000 in cash with her, when asked about it, she told them her boyfriend gave her the cash.

#8 She has several famous clients, one of them is Tony Romo’s wife Candice.

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#9 She talked about her personal life to D Magazine, however, made no mention of her famous boyfriend.

“I’m happy in my personal life; it’s really full,” she says. “But I think if I shared it, I’d be damned if I did, damned if I didn’t. I don’t want it to define me.”

Furthermore, her family was not allowed to talk about her relationship with Tiger either.

“It’s awesome, but I’m not allowed to talk about it,” said her cousin.

#10 According to Smith, she dumped the golfer in 2017, when she suspected that he had cheated on her. However, Woods made her sign a non-disclosure agreement, that prohibited her from disclosing the real reason for their breakup. But then she wanted to break it because she said it cannot be enforced.

Tiger was not backing down and threatened to unveil a series of interesting photos of Smith if she continues to comply to the terms of their prior agreement.