"I'd be very surprised because I'm progressing," he said. He said this injury wasn't even as bad as some of the others. While
Tiger Woods is back and clearly hasn't missed a beat. Nothing seems to be distracting him yet, but that hasn't stopped some
Tiger Woods updated the world on his spiritual development at yesterday's press conference in Augusta, Ga., stating that
Tiger Woods' Masters press conference Monday marked his first live televised interview since his car crash and the revelation
If the Buddha were to speak to you he might say, "Bring me your suffering." If you show up in a 12-step meeting, we'll surely say, "Welcome home," and when you walk out the door, "Keep coming back."
After my own rehab and participation in various 12-step programs, I also made apologies to men, women, friends and family, but unlike Tiger, I had the luxury of doing so privately.
The teleprompter, for all the commentary it has elicited, would have allowed Mr. Woods to deliver his carefully-crafted statement to the world with a full voice and a sincere look in his eyes.
Tiger Woods steps out to the podium today and the first thing I noticed was a piece of white paper in his hand. I thought to myself, "Oh no he didn't." Yep, he did.
Make no mistake. Tiger is on his way back. He will be golfing before we know it, and old and new sponsors will flock to him if he wants them to because he will continue to make them money.
I may be alone but I am routing for Tiger. He made huge mistakes but I hope he continues to do the work to become a man of honesty and integrity, a "good" man as he put it.
Tiger Woods doesn't owe us a thing. Not an apology. Not an explanation. Not contrition. Nothing. Unless a public figure has broken the law, there is only one legitimate answer to the illegitimate probing of private lives: "It's none of your business." That said, purely on its own terms, Tiger's apology was, pardon the expression, par for the course. You can just picture his handlers working on the statement and going down a checklist. Accept blame: check. Look right into camera: check. Touch hand to chest: check. Watery eyes: check. Defend wife: check. Accuse the media: check. Hug mother: check. Go back to rehab: check. It was déjà vu all over again. Another public figure navigating the now-requisite Stations of the PR Cross. Watch: Arianna Discusses the Anger On Display at CPAC on Countdown
Allred and James have previously expressed outrage at a set of golf balls depicting Tiger Woods' alleged mistresses. James
It happens to the best of us-- you make "transgressions," your spouse finds out, you have to apologize. Only for most of
Jaimee Grubbs (PHOTOS) saved a voicemail from her lover, as well as steamy text messages. Jaimee stripped down for two magazines
Jaimee Grubbs (PHOTOS) saved a voicemail from her lover, as well as steamy text messages. Jaimee stripped down for two magazines
Tiger Woods will speak in public for the first time in months tomorrow, following yesterday's release of the first confirmed
I have let my family down and I regret those transgressions with all of my heart. I have not been true to my values and the