Very well stated Kloudy. I am in total agreement with both yourself and Paddy on this book and the RACIST overtones which have dogged Tiger throughout his entire career. And I also agree that had this same scandal happened to Phil we would have heard about it for a few weeks and then it would have all blown over since Phil is a member of the "good old boys club" that is golf. And I too am a 61 year old Caucasian grandmother and I feel this way. Probably more than any other reason this is why I want Tiger to wallop Jack's record.
The hypocritical delusion that golf is a gentlemen's game is just that---a delusion. I would suspect that each and every current and past member of the PGA has some skeleton lurking in their closet which they would really prefer never saw the light of day. I mean these guys are human after all. They are not saints as TGC and the PGA would have us believe. Well all of them except of course Tiger (sarcasm). And Hank Haney and Jaime Diaz have now joined the ranks of SLIME. Both of them are on video as stating that this book was about Tiger's golf game. And of course we all now know that this is a giant load of GARBAGE as we all suspected it would be. I hope this is the end of Hank Haney and that I have never have to see his back stabbing face again!
GO TIGER! BEAT 18!!!!!!!
I agree....it sickens me...I wish somehow Tiger's PR team or counter this...
I wish we could see Tiger -his interaction with his kids, his mom, doing things that shed light on his goodness as a person as well...
Appreciate the heads up of what is in the book...not worth reading. This book is about everything except being Tiger Wood's 'golf instructor.' Shame on Hank Haney.
Thus far, all I have to say is: Haney is a little boy in adults clothing, who was jealous of Tiger and still is! What a crock. If I do not remember anything else about this book, it will be the hilarious popsicle jokes, with more to come. Did he ever think Tiger might have deliberately set up the whole thing to test him ? From the excerpts I have read the only person I am looking at in the negative is Haney. The memories will not be about what Tiger did, or did not do; what he said, or did not say; but instead, what Haney wrote in the book. I will repeat Tiger, "disappointing and unprofessional."