I totally agree! I think Tiger did the right thing by apologising for his behavior on the l6th tee on Friday. Yes, the criticism is often very unfair especially when we see other golfers doing the same thing and getting away with it but Tiger proved himself the better man by acknowledging his error. Plus his humor was disarming and probably won over some of the fairer critics. After all, there are few saints amongst us, and most of us will react in frustrationon in one way or another but fortunately we do not have the cameras on us when we do so!
When we need to apologize and do so takes courage. Besides that, it may have been hard for him to step out on the first tee, as well. Makes me proud of him for that.
Do you suppose he will dread facing his mom? You know how she is about being a good sport. :0)
Enjoy the holiday as well as round four. Next year will be better for sure. Any word on his next tournament? I heard it is possible his "transgression" will bring a suspension. What do you think?