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Mark Steinberg Leaves IMG, Tiger Woods Expected To Follow Him
Published May 25, 2011
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It is not clear if Steinberg will join another agency or start his own firm. Because he was not free to talk to other agencies and sources said he abided by his contract, he may not know what interest there is from other agencies to hire him. Woods, as well as fellow longtime client Annika Sorenstam, are expected to go wherever Steinberg decides to go.
IMG issued a press release stating that its global golf business would now be run by Senior VP/European Golf Operations Guy Kinnings and Senior VP/Asia Pacific Golf Operations Robbie Henchman. IMG Vice Chair Alastair Johnston will oversee the business of the division.