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Tiger Woods' agent Mark Steinberg on Friday said that it was time for his client to move past the Brandel Chamblee cheating row.While the rest of golf's best fight it out in China this week, Tiger Woods was teaching young golfers at a Singapore casino resort, where Woods offered putting tips and hit tee shots in a simulator.The week began with the Woods camp firing back at former PGA player turned Golf Channel commentator Brandel Chamblee after he accused the world number one of cheating.Chamblee said he thought Tiger played too loose with the rules and gave him an "F" for the year in a web article where he equated Tiger Woods' rules violations to his own episode of cheating on a school math test as a child.Wednesday Chamblee went on air to apologise for the article, saying the comparison he used went too far and was wrong.Woods' agent Mark Steinberg had threatened legal action against Chamblee, but said it was time to move on.