Tiger Woods Book

January 20, 2012 by staff 

Tiger Woods Book, TIGER Woods has said he has no intention of reading his former coach’s upcoming book about their time together.  Woods attacked the forthcoming book as “unprofessional and very disappointing.”

Woods won six of his 14 majors with Hank Haney in his camp but the partnership ended in May 2010, since when the American has yet to claim a victory.

Haney announced his tell-all book, “The Big Miss,” will be released on the eve of The Masters in April.

The release date should attract maximum publicity for the title, should it contain any more details on the sex scandal that derailed the golf superstar’s career.

Woods, who begins his 2012 campaign in Abu Dhabi next week, attacked Haney’s book as “very self-serving,” and said he was “especially [disappointed] because it’s someone I worked with and trusted as a friend.”

“There have been other one-sided books about me and I think people understand that this book is about money,” he told ESPN. “I’m not going to waste my time reading it.”

Haney later responded to the criticism on Twitter with a defense of his motives.

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