Tiger Woods: Let's Give Him a Break.

charles kellettContributor IMarch 3, 2010

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL - FEBRUARY 19:  Tiger Woods makes a statement from the Sunset Room on the second floor of the TPC Sawgrass, home of the PGA Tour on February 19, 2010 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Woods publicly admitted to cheating on his wife Elin Nordegren but maintained that the issues remain 'a matter between a husband and a wife.'  (Photo by Lori Moffett-Pool/Getty Images)
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Tiger really screwed up.  Really screwed up.  It is a terrible thing to cheat on a spouse---anytime, but it is not right for me to judge him lest I fall into the same fate.

We have absolutely no idea the temptation that he endures with his fame and money and power.  I don't have that problem, but can only imagine the amount of females lining up to take a shot at him.

This ordeal has cost him dearly.  He has had to eat a lot of crow for the media not to mention the heartache at home.  He and his wife are going through a very difficult thing, but it can be repaired.  The media does not make it easier and I think the man needs a break.

The sponsors that have pulled back are making a mistake.  Tiger will be back.  He has had a lot of discipline to make it to where he is, and he still has it.  EA sports and Nike have stood by him, and it will pay off for them in the future.

I wish for his family to be happy once again and they stay together.  He has such a beautiful wife and family.  It makes us all wonder "why?"  Infidelity is nearly always with a less attractive partner than the spouse---go figure.  Humans are strange.

I just think it is time to get off his back and let him repair his life and career.

Get back out there Tiger and restore your reputation.  Make us proud--especially your family.

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