"Did Tiger's Body Language Betray Him?": CBS

  1. fishskinfreak2008 profile image33
    fishskinfreak2008posted 6 years ago

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    Experts seem to agree that Woods will get his golf game back, but he will never be the same invincible guy again who NEVER makes mistakes. The question is: WHAT TOOK HIM SO LONG to make that REHEARSED statement? It was empty wording that had NO SUBSTANCE

    1. Stevennix2001 profile image82
      Stevennix2001posted 6 years ago in reply to this

      the simple reality is this.  it really doesn't matter what he'll say or do from this point on, as EVERYONE will make up their own minds if they feel Tiger is apologetic enough or not.  even if Tiger woods would've gotten on his hands and knees and begged for forgiveness.  admitting everything he did wrong, and answering questions.  you all would still condemn the man as pathetic.  the point is, he can't win with everyone in this matter, as the damage has been done.  all he can do is continue getting help for his sex addiction, then try to make things up with his wife. 

      as far as golf goes, who cares?  his golfing career will be fine.  all he has to do is win a lot more majors.   maybe even beat out jack nicklaus' record, as previously planned, and he'll be declared the best golfer ever, and you all will kiss up to him.  why am i saying this?  because it's all true.  look at kobe bryant, when he was in trouble over his alleged sex scandal, did his career go  down the tubes? No,  in fact after he won a title and gold medal, without shaq, people now consider him a great guy and preach him now.  same thing with tiger.  just win, and people will shut up.