Right from the start, I want to admit that I am not a writer of professional golf. I am not a writer of celebrity mishaps, blunders, or other scandals.
I usually write about boxing, baseball, or sports in general. But when a chance to join the thousands of blog writers everywhere, I must say I am intrigued by the “need to know” attitude of celebrity fans.
Tiger woods is arguably one of the most recognizable icons in the world. Not only is he the best golfer in history, the wealthiest athlete in history, he is probably the easiest to fall prey to a financial shake down. Writing checks to his wife in the seven-figure range, paying Gloria Allred’s client a million bucks or more, and editing his pre-nuptial agreement make him look like the biggest fool in the universe.
He now becomes living proof of the axiom, “a fool and his money are soon parted.”
Woods has become the object of late night TV humor, water cooler fodder, and hours of television coverage.
What do we care? Should it matter to us? Should we feel betrayed, scorned or hurt?
The man had extra-marital affairs, I guess that makes him human. Not everyone...
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