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Comment from: David Grey [Visitor] Email
From what I read on ESPN, Woods won't be hitting up the golf course anytime soon... Still can't help but wonder what was so bad that he couldn't even tell the police! :)
12/01/09 @ 21:34
Comment from: Lou Ser [Visitor] Email
For years Tiger Woods has been the sporting ideal ? the clean-cut golf genius, the family guy, the kind of man you want to take out for a beer... But now in just the space of a week, his image has totally changed. Tiger had a car crash, a mysterious one that he won't talk about and he uncharacteristically pulled out of his own tournament. This kind of publicity is rare for Tiger, and that's why we like it.

Since the accident, sports blogs have been going crazy with comments about Tiger Woods, some negative, most still positive. There were hundreds of comments posted to CNN's World Sports Blog, some angry and some saying 'what's all the fuss?' In many ways, Tiger's demise is good for sports blogs. Firstly it gives them something to write about and it creates traffic ? in fact, Tiger Woods is now more talked-about online than the war in Afghanistan.
12/03/09 @ 05:00

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