Do you think Tiger Woods should be playing at the masters?

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  1. Matt Golf Pro profile image54
    Matt Golf Proposted 8 years ago

    Do you think Tiger Woods should be playing at the masters?

  2. stevenheron profile image51
    stevenheronposted 8 years ago

    Of course, he's a good golf player, why not?

  3. gollyo profile image53
    gollyoposted 8 years ago

    Yes.
    Excellence in sports should not be predicated by one's personal peccadillos, but it's a "cryin' shame" that this "larger than life hero", to many, "aired his dirty laundry" for all, especially children, to  view.

  4. Super Chef profile image60
    Super Chefposted 8 years ago

    Of course someone with his talent should be playing. Who cares about his infdelity he is only human after all and im sure hes not the only one playing away from home so to speak. The only thing he has done wrong is get caught.

  5. Springboard profile image81
    Springboardposted 8 years ago

    Sure he should. Let the cameras roll, let the commentators comment, swing the club and become oblivious—BTW, that's something he's good at. Becoming oblivious, that is. He was obviously oblivious to the fact that he was married and had kids.

    Look, I don't agree with his infidelities, and I do think his career is hurt, his earnings potential has been adversely affected, but none of this has a thing at all to do with golf. So, let him golf. The balls will fall where they may, and considering his past playing prowess, I think they'll fall pretty well.

  6. dabeaner profile image54
    dabeanerposted 8 years ago

    Why not?

    BTW, about his cheating -- deal with it.  Most all men, especially successful men, will cheat, given the ability and opportunity.  It's a genetic thing.  Human (and other mammal) thing.

    Women don't like the idea that men can pork more than one woman.  But reality says they can.  (And viceversa.)

    Some few societies (that is, some women) have somewhat more enlightened views, but not the puritanical U.S.

  7. Matt Golf Pro profile image54
    Matt Golf Proposted 8 years ago

    great answers from everyone, I just wanted to see what all of your opinions were, I must say that I agree with all of you, a great player should not stay out of the game for that long!

 
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