(Ron Davison muses aloud)
Guess he needed the grip replaced on his shaft.
With all his highly paid advisors, Tiger probably had plenty of warning that being caught philandering would cost him mightily.In my view, Tiger had too many role models who viewed bedding lots of women as a prerequisite for true manhhood. He joined the club, thinking he could outwit those who live to expose celebrities. No such luck, Tiger.If he wasn't ready to be monogamous, he shouldn't have gotten married. There may be worse sins, but this one is perhaps the worst for the person who is exposed. It's too bad he didn't have a friend strong enough to keep him straight.
I agree with LH on this. Earl Woods wasn't the right role model in this respect. Those of us who played golf in SoCal at the clubs he frequented knew as much about him as many people knew about T. I'm not too critical though. You get some things right and on other things you can be clueless. I gave Tiger more credit and I was wrong. So was Tiger. It will cost me nothing and him billions and worst of all, r -e -s -p -e -c -t.
Post a Comment