Tiger's Jet Parked at SJC: Report

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    WINDERMERE, FL - MARCH 28: Tiger Woods waits on a tee box during the second day of the Tavistock Cup at the Isleworth Golf and Country Club on March 28, 2006 in Windermere, Florida. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

    Tiger Woods sightings are rare these days, but his jet was seen touching down in San Jose this past weekend.

    The New York Post is reporting Woods' luxury Gulfstream IV flew into town Monday evening carrying three men in business suits who drove off in an unknown direction.  According to a flight tracking Web site, the plane touched down at 4:54 p.m. after taking off from Bangor, Maine six and a half hours earlier.

    It was still here as of 11:30 a.m. Wednesday.

    They could have been here for a myriad of reasons for the trip from business to personal.

    If it was business, the three might have paid a visit to one of Woods remaining sponsors which is just up Hwy. 101 in Redwood City

    Electronic Arts has built an entire franchise around Tiger that dates back a decade with the company's PGA tour video games.

    It would make sense for Tiger to reach out to EA. 

    Up to this point the company has publicly stood by Tiger.

    San Jose airport officials say they don't track celebrities or their planes, especially private jets.  Private planes use Private Atlantic Aviation just south of the old Terminal A.