According to Vanity Fair's new profile of the troubled golfer, the worst blow to Tiger Woods' reputation may not be from his baker's dozen batch of mistresses.
It's from Tiger's link to Dr. Anthony Galea, suspected by US federal officials of supplying illegal human growth hormone drugs to athletes.
According to news accounts, Tiger Woods saw the doctor on several occasions after knee surgery in 2008. According to his camp, Galea treated Woods to platelet-rich plasma therapy during visits to the golfer's Florida home.
So far there is no proof that Woods took performance enhancers, and the golfer is not part of the federal investigation of this doctor.