One of yesterday’s questions started with, “Tiger, after what you’ve been through the last five months . . .’’While I largely agree with these sentiments, compare and contrast this article with Shank's previous column on Tiger. It's fair to say the previous article stands in contrast with the current article.
Stop. This is not a guy coming back from flying 39 combat missions over Korea. This is not a guy coming back from leukemia or a death in the family. Let’s admit that some of the salacious stuff is none of our business, but could we please not paint Tiger Woods as a comeback hero? I fear that’s the way it’s going to be framed this week at friendly Augusta (“A tradition like no other’’).
It’s always been about image with Tiger and it’s no different now.
In the middle of the 35-minute session, Tiger looked out at the group and said, “A lot of my friends are in here. A lot of you in here are my friends and will always be my friends.’’I think the word Shank is looking for here is 'asshole'.
Geez. Nomar and Schill never said that to me.
When faced with a couple of tougher questions, Tiger went to his Bill Belichick playbook.When Shank compares your answer to Bill Belichick, you know exactly where you stand with Shank. In the doghouse.
Asked what he was in treatment for, Woods said, “That’s personal. Thank you.’’