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Weird Golf News Of The Week: Tiger Woods impersonator arrested

By Luke Kerr-Dineen

Canh Oxelson, a Tiger Woods impersonator and an alumni of Harvard's prestigious Graduate School of Education, was arrested in New York City last week on charges of harassment, the New York Post reports.

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Oxelson, who according to his Linkedin page is the Director of College Counseling at the Horace Mann School, allegedly threatened to send nude pictures of his ex-girlfriend to her bosses at the NYU Langone Medical Center. 

"She's scared because there are a lot of rich people who help him," a friend of the ex-girlfriend told the Post. "Her family, they're not rich, fancy people."

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Oxelson had apparently experienced some fame as a Tiger Woods impersonator. Reportedly charging $3,000 an outing, Oxelson made it into a 2001 issue of Sports Illustrated and even featured on a question in a 2003 edition of Trivial Pursuit.

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July 28, 2014

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