Tiger Woods shirtless on the cover of Vanity Fair’s February issue

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Vanity Fair is plastering a shirtless Tiger Woods on the cover of its February issue.

The photos were taken by the incomparable Annie Leibovitz before the mistress scandal erupted and the cover story is written by Pulitzer Prize-winning Buzz Bissinger.

“Tiger is an intensely competitive athlete–and quite serious about his

sport,” Leibovitz says of the candid photos. “I wanted to reveal that in these photos. And to show his

incredible focus and dedication.”

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