Although many have not forgotten, a lot of people out there have begun to put Tiger Woods on the back-burner as the star golfer continues to hide away after his latest short-comings became public knowledge.
But it finally appears as though the nation’s number one golfer will come forward and speak publicly about everything that has happened since Thanksgiving of 2009 unveiled the real Woods to the world.
My views on this matter have been openly expressed in both columns on Bleacher Report as well as through conversations with friends and acquaintances, but I am happy to see that Tiger Woods is at least finally speaking about his mishaps.
Watching ESPN earlier today, I saw an interview with Rick Riley and I must say that I pretty much agree with him 100 percent.
Tiger needs to say sorry; he needs to apologize to his family and his fans; and he needs to tell the world he’s ready to move on.
The crazy thing is that Woods could be much better than what we’ve already seen.
Imagine if Tiger had actually been focusing on golf and working on improving his game instead of trying to nail the hottest blonde in the fairway?
One thing remains the same: Tiger Woods is the best golfer in America.
And my bet is that he’ll come back even better than before.
Give Woods time to heal his family wounds and start hitting greens and fairways with ease.
It’s only a matter of time before THAT Tiger Woods returns to the golf course.
And personally, I can’t wait to see him tee off…
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