New York:Tiger Woods is now on the inward nine when it comes to women claiming to have had affairs with the golf superstar in the wake of his apology for "personal sins" and "transgressions" that hurt his family.
News reports now push the total to 10 women linking themselves to Woods in the wake of his one-car crash, more details of which emerged Monday with police saying two iron clubs were at the scene and 235 dollars was in the vehicle.
A poll by CNN and USA Today reported that approval ratings for Woods have dropped 24 percent since June in the wake of his admission of mistakes, which came after an audiotape purportly of Woods linked him to one alleged mistress.
Woods hit a hydrant and a tree in the early mornng hours of November 27 and was taken to a hospital. The accident came two days after a tabloid reported Woods had been having an affair with New York club hostess Rachel Uchitel.
Jokes about Woods swinging more than his clubs have followed as near-daily claims of intimate relationships with the 14-time major champion reached 10, Fox News reported, including a former porn star, Holly Sampson.
The New York Daily News reported that a new name on the growing list is Cori Rist, a 31-year-old divorced mother who says she met Woods at a New York club.
Woods, who turns 34 on December 30, was first linked to Uchitel, who has denied the affair despite a TMZ report that a friend of Woods arranged her flight and room in the same hotel as Woods during a recent Australian tournament.
Cocktail waitress Jamiee Grubbs, 24, played a Woods voicemail to support her claims of a 31-month relationship with Woods.
Also on the Fox list were Sampson, 36; Kalika Moquin, 27, a Las Vegas club manager; model Jamie Jungers, 26; Mindy Lawton, a 33-year-old waitress from Orlando; and three unidentified women, two from British reports and another waitress from Orlando.
US talk show host Oprah Winfrey is seeking an interview with Woods but show spokesman Don Halcombe told USA Today she has not personally called him to try and land what would be a dramatic conversation.
ESPN and The Golf Channel also seek to interview Woods, whose only comments since the crash have come in statements released on his website.
The gossip continued as a police officer who responded to the emergency call when Woods had his accident said 235 dollars in cash was found in the vehicle and two iron clubs were seen on the ground near the scene of the crash.
Woods has been cited for reckless driving in the incident just outside of his Florida mansion.
The officer, whose name who not revealed in the report, saw Woods lying on a road with his head on a pillow and covered by a blanket. The officer had Woods stay on the ground after the golf star, his breathing normal but lips cut and bleeding, tried to rise and stand.
Both rear windows in the vehicle were broken out. The clubs were near a golf cart that was also in the road.
Woods denied speculation that a domestic dispute prompted him to climb into the vehicle and drive off, saying his wife Elin acted with courage and support in the moments after the accident.
While apologizing in a statement, Woods did not give details on what wrongdoings he had actually committed, leaving open the chance for speculation that has fueled the reports and claims of affairs that have followed.