I’ve heard it all, folks, everything that you have. I’ve read the statements, listened to the voice messages, seen the photos. Some of it is peculiar, some of it is meaningless. I’ve heard of secret phone calls to an estranged lover, crafted ploys to keep it all from the wifey.
I’ve heard the word “transgressions” thrown around in Starbucks and restaurants in the last 12 hours more than “espresso” and “flank steak.” Tiger let his family down, strayed from his values, is deeply sorry—I get it.
I’ve consumed the 24-hour media monsoon like we all have. It can be fascinating stuff. The words that trickle from tabloid ink are tantalizing even if they oftentimes are meant to be nothing more than mere attention-grabbers.
The statement that Tiger Woods posted on his Web site was much more than I ever thought the public would get, and it still wasn’t all that much. Woods didn’t necessarily admit to anything, so by definition all claims still remain alleged. But w...
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