Woods' endorsements Down $22 Million

Tiger Woods' estimated endorsements for 2010 are worth $22 million less than last year, according to Sports Illustrated's annual analysis of the highest-earning American athletes. Tiger Woods - Sports Illustrated - sport - United States - Youth and High School

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