Throughout 2010, 'TheStreet' has documented -- with pictures -- a year in the life of the golfing great Tiger Woods, that he and his remaining sponsors are still hoping that everyone will one day forget.
According to a CNBC report, Tigers' sex scandal cost his agent, IMG, $4.6 million in fees. CNBC said that IMG, like its peers, charges clients between 15% to 20% on the sponsorship deals it helps to seal. Extrapolating that figure to Tiger himself, the scandal-plagued golfer would have lost $23 million to $30 million in endorsement deals last year. CNBC obtained the information from a confidential document that delves into private and powerful IMG's 50-year sports management history.