The Only Thing I Will Say About The Tiger Scandal

Dayne DurantiCorrespondent IDecember 14, 2009

ORLANDO, FL - DECEMBER 12:  A Nike Golf display featuring Tiger Woods caps is shown at a golf shop on December 12, 2009 in Orlando, Florida. Woods announced that he will take an indefinite break from professional golf to concentrate on repairing family relations after admitting to infidelity in his marriage. Woods has a line of golf products offered by Nike Golf.  (Photo by Getty Images)
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This is a scandal that has gone on longer than any other in modern sports. 

This is the greatest fall from grace in our lifetime.

Over-saturated, over-played and completely disgusting.

And I am just talking about the media.

People do what Tiger Woods has done everyday. 

That does not make it right, but nonetheless it is what it is.

NFL players snort coke off of the breasts of whores and kill people and get far less press than Tiger Woods.

Are we that obsessed with the failure of our heroes?

Why do we cheer for them on the field and against them on the streets?

Is that what makes good press?

Do you think poor Elin Woods ever in a million years expected this?

Not only does she have to deal with the loss of her marriage, the demoralization of her children's father and a broken heart, but she also has to deal with the media machine gobbling her family whole.

I hope the Woods' hop on Privacy and go out into the middle of the ocean and work out their personal issues un-disturbed.

And I hope Tiger brings a lot of golf balls, because every boat, helicopter or otherwise should get a Tee shot off of the aft-deck onto the face.

This is the first, last and only thing I will write on the subject.

When Tiger gets back onto the course, I will once again write about him.

Because, that's what I do,

write about GOLF!