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Comment from: Jim Watson [Visitor]
Tiger's cheapness is legend. How anyone with all his tens of millions could be such a cheapskate is beyond comprehension. He has no class, for starters.
03/07/06 @ 17:30
Comment from: jeff urbanek [Visitor]
so our opinion is to be shaped by hearsay several years ago? Maybe he miscalculated the tip, forgot his wad in his suitjacket, had lousy service, etc. cut the guy some slack. geez.
03/08/06 @ 11:11
Comment from: David [Visitor]
Tiger has hundreds of millions of dollars.

He left a lousy tip - so what? As soon as you become rich, people want your money, handouts, etc. But why should Tiger leave a bigger tip than me?
03/08/06 @ 17:39
Comment from: pat [Visitor] Email
Yeah, I think tiger should be cut a break at least once. maybe he is a
cheapskate or possibly he felt he got bad service. i don't feel that that being
rich necessarily obligates one to leave extravagant tips. by the same token,
being rich and powerful never justifies hectoring the waitstaff. members of
the waitstaff are definitely not members of your entourage or posse, so save
the prima donna bullshit for later when you're chilling at your palatial estate
with your coterie of groupies and sycophants.
09/30/06 @ 17:34
Comment from: kelina [Visitor]
i heard frank sinatra gave out one hundred dollar bills to everyone when he went to a restaraunt.that's very generous and classy.
11/22/06 @ 14:00
Comment from: suelyn trump SUNDANCE 2007 utah [Visitor] Email
Tiger woods was very nice and a VERY GOOD TIPPER!! I said hi and served him like anyone else in his section. He tipped me 200 percent at sundance at harryos thank u TIGER! I just got out of the hospital too and didn't work for a mnth. maybe u should give him better service and treat him like a normal person! Anycomments email suetrump@hotmail.com attn sundance
01/22/07 @ 09:04
Comment from: suelyn trump SUNDANCE 2007 utah [Visitor] Email
Oh and also yes I think everyone should tip good for their service but most rich and famous people worked hard for the money and if we wanted that much money we better get off ur behinds and work harder than what were doing.
01/22/07 @ 09:09
Comment from: suelyn trump SUNDANCE 2007 utah [Visitor] Email
By the way I dint give him no sob story just hi I'm sue I'm ur server what would u like to drink and thank u very much!
01/22/07 @ 09:16
Comment from: TD [Visitor] Email
Eccenture Matchplay 2008

Stiffed everyone-way to go Tiger
02/26/08 @ 15:20
Comment from: BD [Visitor] Email
When in Rome....

Wherever you go, your subject to the local culture and ideas of how things work and are. They came to be after all due to the local status quo. Tiger and all these people who tip poor know it's beneath them and arn't proving anything by not doing it. Waitstaff in most staes make a few bucks an hour and rely on tips for 90 % of their income. Any of you supporting these idiots should be ashamed, or maybe it's time to work at a restaurant.
07/17/08 @ 16:28
Comment from: yoyoma [Visitor] Email
who cares? it's ludicrous that tips are based on a percentage anyways. Just because I choose to eat the $10 burger should the next guy that eats the $30 steak receive better service? if you ask me how hard do wait staff actually work? it's a miracle if most of them even refill your $3 coke without being asked. if you ask me, most servers in restaurants do the very minimum and expect something extra for doing a crappy job? if food servers are able to pull in more income than other jobs such as policemen, teachers, nurses, firemen, etc(which is reality at some pricey, busy or swanky restaurants) than something is definitely wrong with the culture of "gratuity"
02/27/09 @ 12:06
Comment from: Yo Momma [Visitor] Email
Yoyoma, it's obvious that you have never toiled in the service industry. If you had, you would know that these people depend on tips to make a living. Most waitpeople don't even get minimum wage as a salary. They depend on those tips to make ends meet, and if they don't get stiffed, they still have to pay taxes on the tip they DIDN'T get.

I don't leave a good tip if the service is bad. But if service is good, or even adequate, I always leave a decent tip. If the service is outstanding, the tip is excellent as well. Maybe you're just a selfish soul who doesn't really care whether someone else can make a living, just as long as you get yours.
08/10/09 @ 10:56
Comment from: Scott [Visitor]
Tipping should be abolished. Why on earth should the customer pay the employer's overhead. Let the employer finance his own employee's labor expense. The employer gets free labor and the cust has to foot the the bill for it by paying the employee's wage. Total BS.
12/07/09 @ 14:07
Comment from: Jon [Visitor] Email
Typical comments from the cheapskates on here. First of all tiger has shown his true colors. He's a classless, self absorbed POS. The lack of tipping just reinforces that observation.

Lastly, you're going to pay an employers overhead one way or another. Sure, lets stop tipping and make the employer start paying a living wage. Guess what geniuses, the cost of the service they are providing will go up and you will be paying the tip (and possibly more) anyway. You can't get something for nothing.

But i forget. You cheapskate nickel rockets are above paying overhead. You're special in that way. The rest of us should continue to subsidize your cheapskate habits right?

What a bunch of nimrods!
05/24/10 @ 05:40
Comment from: Sydney Feldman [Visitor] Email
IIf I were Woods I wouldn't dare go to the same place twice.


" Tiger Woods left him a $4 tip at Tony Roma’s in Orlando for a $125, two-and-a-half-hour meal. But that was a number of years ago."
05/24/10 @ 19:02
Comment from: Pan Banki [Visitor]
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10/07/10 @ 02:46
Comment from: Danilo Midgett [Visitor]
ample post you take
10/31/10 @ 15:02

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