After skipping last week's Chevron Golf Classic, which raises money for his charities, Tiger Woods may yet again be ducking out of another event - this time as best man at his best friend's wedding, reports CBS News correspondent Randall Pinkston.
Byron Bell is the same friend who may have helped Woods conceal his alleged affair with Rachel Uchitel, reportedly purchasing a plane ticket to fly the VIP hostess to Australia for a hook-up with the golfer.
Bell is set to get married this weekend, with Woods serving as his best man.
But since his car wreck two weeks ago that triggered the scandal, Woods has stayed out of the public view. Meanwhile, more women who are alleged to have affairs with the golf great are seizing the spotlight and sharing their stories with the media.
The scandal has not cost Woods any endorsements so far, but his ads have nearly disappeared from television.
"You're not going to see them advertise with Tiger Woods on TV until this scandal plays out because we don't know what the next shoe is to drop," Kurt Badenhausen, of Forbes Magazine, told CBS News.
An important question for Woods, who earlier this year became the first athlete to reach $1 billion in lifetime earnings, according to Forbes.
If he doesn't appear at the wedding this weekend, it may be a while before his first public appearance following the scandal - his first scheduled tournament is the Buick Invitational in Torrey Pines, Calif., next month.
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