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Tiger Woods looks for his first major championship since 2008 this week when he tees it up at the prestigious Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia.

Having won last week for the first time since his sex scandal, he's already back on track on the course ... and in the ad game. Witness his latest below.

Take the Nike Golf VR_S Speed Trials at Golfsmith and you could find yourself playing with Tiger. Just be sure to leave yourself time to practice first:

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Vivid Entertainment's newest movie, 3 Mistresses: Notorious Tales of the World's Greatest Golfer, stars Devon James, Joslyn James and Holly Sampson - three acclaimed adult "actresses" who made national headlines as being mistresses of Tiger Woods.

Award-winning director (LOL) B. Skow brings the women together for an in-depth Q&A session, which generates explicit discussions and on-screen demonstrations of what intercourse was like with Tiger ... followed by pornographic reenactments.

3 Mistresses

"Any time you can get three women to sit down together to talk about the same guy the results are going to be more than interesting," said Skow.

"These women also happen to have sex for a living, and so if they've been with the same guy, you can be sure they'll share absolutely everything."

The film, released this week, includes the following disclaimer to ward off legal action from Woods, who just won his first tournament since 2009:

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More than two years after a huge sex scandal derailed his aura of invincibility and roiled his personal life, Tiger Woods is back to doing what he does best.

Winning.

Woods looked dominant as ever in his Sunday red shirt at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, notching his first PGA Tour victory since 2009.

The 36-year-old closed with a 2-under 70 and won by five shots over Graeme McDowell. The tour win was Tiger's first in 923 days, if you can believe it.

"I think he really just kind of nailed home his comeback," McDowell said. "Great to have a front-row seat watching maybe the greatest of all time."

Woods showed flashes of his old self in recent months, even winning the Chevron World Challenge (an unofficial event). But it all came together this week.

Walking off the green, Tiger waved his cap to the crowd. "It's not like winning a major championship or anything," he said. "But it certainly feels really good."

His next appearance will be in a major championship, the Masters, where he played well the past two years even while demonstratively off his game.

The rest of the field is officially on notice April 5.

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America can be forgiving for many things, but Michael Vick still has a ways to go. He remains the most hated athlete in America, according to a Forbes poll.

Vick clocked in with an usually high awareness rate of 42 percent, meaning he’s well-known in America even among non-NFL fans ... but not in a good way.

“His awareness is up there with Peyton Manning, but a lot of it is people knowing him for the wrong reasons,” said Stephen Master, VP of Sports for Nielsen.

Top Dog!

Other notable names toward the top of the most-disliked list include Kris Humphries (Kim would totally be #1) Tiger Woods, Alex Rodriguez and Kurt Busch.

Mark McGwire, Randy Moss, Manny Ramirez and Ben Roethlisberger fell out of the dubious top 10, even if there was no major image rehab in any case.

One shocking 180 was that of the Detroit Lions’ Ndamukong Suh, who went from one of the NFL’s best-liked players to one of its worse in a matter of months.

Suh’s reputation took a beating after a highly public stomping of a Green Bay Packer on national TV on Thankgiving. It's no animal cruelty, but that'll do it.

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Two athletic icons celebrate a birthday today, and it's rather clear what gift both need.

First, LeBron James turns 27. The Miami Heat superstar and his squad are off to a strong start to the 2011-2012 season, currently 3-0 thanks to a buzzer-beating victory Wednesday night against Charlotte.

Have you seen their latest introductory video? Someone needs to get this guy a mansion just for his ego.

  • LeBron James in Miami
  • Tiger Woods on the Course

Tiger Woods, meanwhile, is now 35. He actually won a golf tournament to close out 2011 and could use a hug. His most famous mistress is pregnant with someone else's baby, after all. That's gotta hurt.

Other celebrities celebrating birthdays today include: Kristin Kreuk (29), Eliza Dushku  (31), Sean Hannity  (50) and Matt Lauer  (54).

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Rachel Uchitel who?!

For the first time in more than two years, Sunday marked the return of the Tiger Woods we used to talk about, with the golfer draining a birdie putt on the final hole to win and fist-pumping in his trademark red and black ensemble.

Tiger rallied to win the Chevron World Challenge with this dramatic effort:

He went 749 days and 26 tournaments without winning as he tried to repair a golf game that used to be the best in the world, as well as his formerly impeccable image following one of the most (if not the most) celebrity scandals in history.

The drought is over now. How does it feel for the 35-year-old?

"It feels great," he said. "Kind of hard for me to elaborate beyond that. I know that it's been awhile, but for some reason, it feels like it hasn't. I think I was screaming something. But it was just that I won the golf tournament. I pulled it off with one down, two to go."

The rest of the golf world had better look out in 2012.

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Tiger Woods is totally alive, despite reports on Twitter that he is dead.

In other news, he is uncharacteristically playing decent golf this week!

The greatest golfer of our age, Tiger Woods, hasn't been killed, no matter what a bunch of idiots Tweeting as much claim. But his golf came has been DOA for awhile.

He hasn't won a tournament in over two years (the two-year anniversary of the car crash is coming up) and his fitness, mentally and physically, has been way off.

Tiger Woods Pic

You wouldn't know it this week in Sydney, Australia, where Woods is tearing up one of the country's best courses, leading by one stroke at the halfway point.

Woods says he's "playing properly" again. The distractions of the sex scandal that ended his marriage, injuries and splits with his caddy and coach are history.

"It's one of those things, just being patient," the 14-time major winner said. "I derive a lot of my confidence from practice. I'm getting ample practice time."

"That's something I've not done in the last couple of years."

Good for him. Even before the wreck ended his marriage to Elin Nordegren, he veered off a bit. Think he can pull it together and climb back up to the top?

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Even uber-serious, oft-maligned, down-in-the-dumps Tiger Woods had to laugh off an incident in which he was attacked by a flying hot dog while putting Sunday.

Yes, this actually happened. And it was not Joslyn James.

A male fan ran toward the 7th green where Woods was lining up a putt, screamed out "Tiger!" and - relish the thought - threw a hot dog at the golfer.

It missed. By a lot. He was pummeled by security.

Tiger Woods, Hot Dog

Insert inappropriate joke about Tiger Woods and meat-slinging here.

Reports say the perpetrator dropped to the ground in waiting-to-be-arrested mode upon letting the frank loose. Woods, who was never in danger, could only laugh later.

"Some guy just came running on the green, and he had a hot dog, and evidently, I don't know how he tried to throw it, I was kind of focusing on my putt," said Woods.

"Next thing I know, he was just laying on the ground, and looked like he wanted to be arrested because he ... put his hands behind his back and turned his head."

He probably should have thrown a hamburger, given that the San Martin, Calif., PGA Tour event where this took place was ... wait for it ... the Frys.com Open.

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The infamous oak tree that Tiger Woods drove into that fateful night has met a fate similar to that of his golf career. It's gone down hard.

It was Thanksgiving night in November 2009 when Woods - hopped up on painkillers and reportedly fleeing Elin Nordegren - hopped in his Escalade and plowed into the tree, which sat in his neighbor's yard.

Well, new neighbors moved in recently and tore the thing down.

Tiger Woods Playing Golf

The construction company that did the work on the property said the tree was in terrible shape ever since the crash. The new peeps decided to get rid of it in spite of (or perhaps because of) its status as a memento of Tiger's affair with Rachel Uchitel.

A new tree will be planted soon, according to TMZ.

For now, though, there's just a portable John sitting there, allowing workmen to relieve themselves on the very spot where Tiger Woods' career went down the toilet.

Downright poetic.

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His divorce from Elin Nordegren is a distant memory, but Tiger Woods' life is far from back to normal. In fact, his other "divorce" keeps making headlines.

Tiger's recent split from Steve Williams, his longtime caddy, was a dominant subplot of this weekend's Bridgestone Invitational, won by Adam Scott.

Caddying for the Australian in their first victory together? Williams!

Tiger, Steve, Scott

Asked about the victory he helped Scott achieve, Williams said it was the greatest he'd ever been a part of, and called the past week "the best of my life."

It was a thinly-vailed slap at the man he believes let him go for no reason, and who finished tied for 37th Sunday, a whopping 18 strokes back of Scott.

Williams has been openly upset about the firing, saying he got canned over the phone. Tiger's agent says it was "done face-to-face and man-to-man."

Regardless of who's more accurate, both stars will be at the year's final major, the PGA Championship, kicking off Thursday at the Atlanta Athletic Club.

Can Tiger rebound, or will his woes continue?