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Tiger Woods Featured on US Weekly Cover With A Not-At-All Awkward Headline

Tiger Woods has been kicking ass in golf again lately, and yada yada yada he and new girlfriend Lindsey Vonn (she's a skier!) are on the latest cover of US Weekly which features one of their not-at-all-awkward Facebook photos.

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The cover, which is slated to hit stands this week, also has the not-so-awkward headline "IN LOVE WITH A SEX ADDICT."

Just last week, Tiger and Vonn made their relationship known by releasing a bunch of photo shots of them just chillin and hanging out to millions of people on Facebook and Twitter and then demanded privacy.

A super inside super in the know US Weekly source says that Tiger had himself a talk with Vonn about his porn-star/diner waitress banging past.

"He confessed everything in his past to her and stuff," said the super inside super in the know US Weekly source.

How brave of him to open up and tell her everything every American already knew when the news broke out in 2009.

"We're very happy where we're at," Woods, 37, explained of his relationship with Vonn, 28. But the two athletes, who have been romantically linked since November, also wanted to put an end to speculation and "limit" the attention their rumored romance received, he explained.

"They're really into each other," the source added. 

Just so you know.

But we knew that already! Thanks to the the obviously not-at-all set-up but totally-natural poses in their Facebook photos.

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