TIGER WOODS, there is nothing wrong with the ways he is, like it or leave it!!! YOU can't please every one, so you got to please your self and those who matter most!! Where were you in the last two years???? were you here supporting Tiger,when things are tough??? WELL we TTF's( TRUE TIGER FANS) are here everyone of those days and that is a fact!!!
WE are here when things are down, we're here when things are up,everyone of those days, cheering for TIGER,believing in him!! Now where were you?????
Thank you for that ...I did not know he did that and it is most refreshing to hear these positive first hand accounts.
See, now I have a degree from Indiana University. I spent my entire childhood around IU basketball games. I have good friends that are boosters and such. People who have been around IU basketball for a long time. I can tell you from stories and even firsthand accounts that the public has the image of Bobby Knight all wrong. Again, you are going off of and you based your opinion off of what you've seen on TV. Bobby Knight was a coach who showed his players tough love. He made sure all of his kids graduated. All of his former players have nothing but admiration and love for the man. Most say he is the most instrumental reason for making them who they are today. Even Coach K admits he would not be where he is today without Bobby Knight. I'd suggest you stop making comments that have no truth to them. I would love my kid to model after Bobby Knight. The guy came from nothing, and was successful everywhere he went because he worked hard and taught his players life lessons.
BTW, I was watching the European Tour Dubai World Championship earlier and I saw the following players drop their clubs after a bad shot: Luke Donald, Ian Poulter, Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood, Sergio Garcia, Paul Lawrie, Alvaro Quiros, Peter Hanson, etc.
I find the club slamming and dropping unsportsman-like. But then maybe I've just given away my age!! However, I did laugh during the Chevron when Tiger hit a poor shot, he slammed his club and it popped up and hit him on the head! First I laughed then yelled at him, "served ya' right don't do that again!".....
Two and three year olds have tantums.....adults deal with frustration appropriately (hopefully!)