The Tiger Woods Saga – Is it our business? Do you even care?

I sat here for a long time this evening thinking about whether or not I should even bother writing a post about the current state of affairs (pun intended) surrounding Tiger Woods.  I think the media has already turned the entire story into a 3 ring circus, and I didn’t want my measly little golf blog to be part of that.  However, because Tiger is who he is, I felt it necessary to at least give you guys & gals who read Tour Golf Blog, at minimum, a  forum to express your thoughts and opinions on the whole mess that is Tigers life at the moment. 

Really, is it our business if Tiger is cheating around on his wife?  Sure, he’s probably the most famous athlete in the world, but does that give us the right to be all up in his business?  Maybe, I’m not sure. 

Do we really need to know why he was out crashing his Escalade at 2:00am?  Did Elin kick the snot ouf of him prior to his wreck?  All questions that we will probably never get the answer to, and honestly that’s fine by me.  People like to gossip though, and I’ve never been one to disallow trash talking here on the blog…so if you got something to say about the going on of Tiger Woods, then speak your mind. 

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4 Replies to “The Tiger Woods Saga – Is it our business? Do you even care?”
  • Antonio
    December 3, 2009 at 4:33 am

    What a big deal since the majority of men cheat on the wife!!!!
    Just because it is Tiger Woods?? Nobody is perfect.
    He is still the best and his personal life is his business!

  • Patrick
    December 3, 2009 at 2:32 pm

    It is a difficult question to answer. I think his wife and children are off limits but Tiger opened the door with his cheating. This has nothing to do with what he does on a course, but then again most of indiscretions on the course are overlooked, ie cursing, temper-tantrums, throwing clubs. Tiger marketed himself to the world as the perfect golfer, husband, father, athlete. He has earned the majority of his money on endorsements that sold his image. If he wanted to earn a billion dollars on his pristine image than he should have kept it in his pants. His image affected what I pay for Nike items, Gatorade, etc. Everyone is after him because he made himself unaccessable. So is it my business, no, because I don’t care about Tiger. Is it someone else’s business, sure if they care, because he sold his image to the public a long time ago.

  • sets golf
    December 7, 2009 at 4:08 pm

    If nothing else, this saga has produced some of the funniest jokes I’ve heard in a long time. For example: Did you know that Tiger is now making a movie? “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Hydrant”. Really, though, rightly or wrongly, Tiger is in the public eye and subsequently his life will always be scrutinized. It should not be anyone else’s business but it’s just a sad fact of life. By the way, Phil Mickelson is taking lessons from Elin on how to beat Tiger.

    July 11, 2010 at 6:38 pm

    It’s been quite some time now since the incident with Tiger Woods and now estranged wife Elin Nordegren, who is now set to receive $100 million divorce settlement with Tiger Woods. Yet, this has become quite the media topic over the past few months, and will hopefully come to a close now that the divorce is going through.

    Tiger Woods should be fair game on the street to get into personal questions, but on the golf course, questions and discussions should be about Tiger Woods and his “golf game”, not his “game with the ladies.”

    Tiger messed up big time, it’s over, let’s all move on now. Please!

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