Unlike Accenture, however, neither Gillette nor AT&T so explicitly suggested its partnership with Woods was completely over.
"For the past six years, Accenture and Tiger Woods have had a very successful sponsorship arrangement and his achievements on the golf course have been a powerful metaphor for business success in Accenture's advertising," the Accenture statement said. "However, given the circumstances of the last two weeks, after careful consideration and analysis, the company has determined that he is no longer the right representative for its advertising. Accenture said that it wishes only the best for Tiger Woods and his family."
Companies began backing away from Woods this weekend after he announced late Friday that he would take an indefinite break from professional golf to focus on being a "better husband, father and person" -- most likely spurred by published claims of at least 11 extramarital affairs and links to porn stars.
But will the family be together while Woods works to make things right?
The Associated Press reported that Nordegren just bought a $2.2 million home on a secluded Island in Sweden, and questions have been raised as to whether they will be there together.
There were also pictures this weekend of his yacht -- aptly named "Privacy" -- being loaded with provisions.
Michael Levine, founder of Levine Communications Office, says it's impossible for Woods to be anonymous, no matter where he is in the world.
The couple have two young children, and in the last television interview before the scandal broke, Woods claimed his family comes before his golfing career.
As for the sport itself, Wood's absence could have serious consequences for the bottom line. Television ratings dropped 50 percent when Woods missed time last year due to a knee injury.
Steve Williams, Woods' caddy, expressed concern over the situation.
"He's obviously got something to work out and I hope for everybody's sake that (he) and his family, his lovely wife Elin, can repair the damage and get back together," he said.
But not everyone is as sympathetic.
Jesper Parnevik, the Swedish golfer who introduced Tiger and Elin, has said he feels responsible for Nordegren's humiliation.
"I told her this is the guy that I think is everything you want. He's true. He's honest. He has great values. He has everything you would want in a guy. And uh, I was wrong," Parnevik said.