New Twist In Tiger Woods Saga
March 26, 2012 by staff
New Twist In Tiger Woods Saga, The book on Tiger Woods’ downfall has been written. It’s called “The Big Miss,” by former swing coach Hank Haney. It comes out Tuesday. Do we even need to read it? Sunday’s emphatic win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational did two things for the former No. 1 golfer in the world: It showed that his career no longer is in a desperate freefall, and it shows that we may have found a saturation point in Tiger bashing.
The sight of Tiger Woods on the 18th green, flashing a huge smile and lifting his cap toward the sky, may have signaled a sea change in how the scandal-besmirched golfer is viewed. It’s possible the worst now has passed – and that the final thunderclap of doom has sounded with this book.
Maybe, finally, enough is enough. After all, what will we really learn in Haney’s scathing tell-all about his former client? Tiger Woods is cold. We knew that. He’s cheap. We knew that. He wasn’t a good husband all the time. We sure knew that. And he was as reckless in his rehab as he was in his personal life – chasing Navy SEALs training as ardently as he chased women. The book suggests an ACL injury Woods allegedly sustained in training in 2007 may have imperiled his shot at Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 majors.
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