Tiger Woods broke a 30-month winless streak on the PGA Tour when he won the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March. His income is down as sponsors like Tag Heuer and Gillette failed to renew their endorsement deals with Woods. His golf course design business is also on the ropes. Development of his Dubai course was shut down in 2011 and the developer of his North Carolina course, Cliffs Club & Hospitality, filed for bankruptcy in 2012. Woods remains one of the world's highest-paid athletes thanks to his Nike deal. The Swoosh built a golf division on the back of Woods that generates more than $600 million in sales annually. Woods has won more than $100 million in prize money worldwide during his career. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images) More From Forbes
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