Tiger considers $3M Haiti hospital aid

Tiger Woods is set to give $3 million to help create a mobile hospital in Haiti. (REUTERS/Lucy...

Tiger Woods is set to give $3 million to help create a mobile hospital in Haiti. (REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)

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Disgraced golfer Tiger Woods is set to rescue his good name by donating $3 million to Wyclef Jean's Yele foundation in an effort to create a mobile hospital in Haiti, according to rap mogul Russell Simmons.

The Def Jam co-founder tells the New York Daily News Woods is considering the weighty donation that would help send doctors and supplies to Haiti to deal with the aftermath of a 7.0 earthquake which hit the nation on Tuesday.

The rap icon says, "Tiger Woods is working on sending a mobile hospital with 50 EMTs to go set up a triage."

Simmons has called on all celebrities to join the relief effort.

Woods is believed to be in hiding in South Africa after taking a hiatus following allegations he cheated on his wife Erin Nordegren with a string of mistresses.


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