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Meet Erica Herman: Age, career and relationship with Tiger Woods

Olivia Olphin February 24, 2021

Tiger Woods was involved in a major car crash in California earlier this week. He had extensive surgery on his ankle and right leg on Tuesday, 23 February, to fix his shattered shin and calf bones. We take a closer look at his girlfriend Erica Herman – her age and their relationship, as well as any updates on Tiger Woods’s condition.

Who is Erica Herman?

Erica Herman is Tiger Woods’s long term girlfriend.

The couple began dating in 2017 and Herman has attended many of Woods’s major competitions including his win at the 2019 Masters.

The pair were first seen together at the President’s Cup in 2017.


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Erica Herman’s age is 37. She was born on 15 February 1984.

Herman is originally from Orlando and, allegedly, registered as Republican in the voting records.

She used to manage Tiger Woods’s restaurant called The Woods, and is thought to get on very well with Woods’s kids, Charlie and Sam.

However, the couple appear to be quite private and Erica does not seem to be on social media.

Update on Tiger Woods

According to a post on Tiger Woods’ Twitter account Tiger has suffered “significant orthopaedic injuries”.

The post also states: “open fractures affecting both the upper and lower portions of the tibia and fibula bones were stabilized” by the surgeons, as well as in his foot and ankle.

His family have updated fans that Tiger is “awake, responsive and recovering”.

The LA country Sheriff’s Department have previously said that he is “fortunate to be alive”. We send Tiger and his family all the best and wish him a speedy recovery.

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Olivia Olphin is an English Literature graduate and a film and literature fanatic. She has many years of reviewing experience, recently working as accredited press for the London Film Festival. She has also written widely about culture and sex education, as well as LGBTQ+ and women's issues.