Tiger Woods: Why Tiger's Legacy May Be Beyond Repair
Extramarital Affairs Fallout and Subsequent Collapse of Game Could End Up Defining Tiger's Legacy
Tiger Woods used to be the best. He was the man to beat in the golf world and for the longest time, it was as though nobody could touch his game with a ten-foot pole.
Suddenly, in November 2009, it all came crashing down for him.
It was reported and subsequently confirmed that Woods, then married with two children, had engaged in multiple extramarital affairs. At that point, he went on a losing streak in major tournaments that is now 19 months long. As of now, it doesn't look as though it will end any time soon.
Woods hasn't competed since this year's Masters Tournament and recently announced that he will not play at the AT&T National Tournament, citing medical reasons. Fans hoping to see Woods play will be disappointed, as he is the defending champion.
I said it once and I'll say it again. If Tiger wants to re-establish himself as a top contender in the golf world, he needs to win a major tournament. It's the only way to shake his demons.
Otherwise, he is doomed to become the man who once had it all, only to lose it within the blink of an eye.
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