Tiger Woods: What Brandon Kelly Said, Really Meant and Definitely Did Not

Linus FernandesAnalyst IIOctober 13, 2011

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 11:  PGA Player Tiger Woods attends the Chevron World Challenge - Host Tiger Woods makes press announcement for 2011 Field and Putt with local fans held at the Hollywood & Highland Courtyard on October 11, 2011 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)
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Brandon Kelly Is One Hot Dog

What he said:

“I threw the hot dog toward Tiger Woods because I was inspired by the movie Drive. As soon as the movie ended, I thought to myself, I have to do something courageous and epic. I have to throw a hot dog on the green in front of Tiger."

Brandon Kelly, who gained his fifteen minutes of fame by dunking a hot dog at golfing superstar, Tiger Woods at the Frys.com Open in San Martin, California last week, comes up with a bizarre explanation for his misdemeanor.

The 31 year-old claims to be a Woods fan.

He said:

"I honestly wish Tiger the best. One day I hope he breaks Jack Nicklaus’ record."

Woods, speaking to Golf.com about the incident, remarked:

"I guess he wanted to be in the news. And I’m sure he will be."

What Kelly really meant:

“Tiger’s lucky I wasn’t watching Demi Moore’s ‘StripTease instead.”

What Kelly definitely didn't:

“Hot Dogs—Part Deux, here I come.”