Apr 22nd 2010 5:41PMThat's what hapened in the first place. "Handlers" tried to hide what Tiger did and advertise what Tiger didn't. Recently, on the course, he proved he can still play, and in his personal life, he proved he is just a man. Give the guy a break, I can think of worse things he could be doing than going to a Nickleback concert while a divorce is looming in the not so distant future. I'm sure after recent events in his life, the only person who would need to know where he was already knew!
Feb 19th 2010 3:37PMAgreed, Darlene.
Feb 19th 2010 3:35PMI think it is a sad, sad world we live in when a man is forced to televise an apology that should be between his family, business partners and sponsors. I do believe that he was sincere but do not believe that he owed it to the world to have his apology aired on television (a special report, really?). I feel he was forced to handle a private matter this way because his wife and children were being targeted and their privacy and safety were threatened. There is One who Tiger will stand before in judgement and that is the only opinion that matters here. For those who set him up as an idol to their children, you should spend more time teaching your children that there is only One to idolize (whomever your religion dictates) and show them that as imperfect as humans are, there can be forgiveness. I pray for Tiger and all those who are struggling with their demons.
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