Men, Women and The Tiger Woods Behavior Debate

patricia hanniganContributor IJuly 29, 2009

27 Aug 1995:  Tiger Woods shares a smile with his father, Earl, during a round of competition in the 1995 U.S. Amatuer Championships held at the Newport Country Club in Newport, Rhode Island.   Mandatory Credit: J.D. Cuban/Allsport

The conversation continues regarding Tiger Woods at Turnberry, and what some are calling his "on-course antics."

The interesting thing is that women seem to be far less critical of Mr. Woods then men.

Today Golf Girl's Diary looks into why it's mainly men who seem to be demanding that Tiger clean up his act and be a role model.

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