Both interviews were billed as Tiger’s first since Nov. 27, and both seemed as carefully scripted as his Feb. 19 press conference. To each media outlet, Tiger declined to discuss what really happened on Nov. 27 when he cracked up his Escalade in the middle of the night, saying everything was already “in the police report” and anything beyond that was a “private” matter. When the Golf Channel’s Kelly Tilghman asked Tiger how he crashed his car, the golfer did nothing to improve the rep of Asian drivers everywhere by saying, rather obliquely:
I wasn’t going very fast, but unfortunately, I hit a few things.
Tiger did make one VERY BIG personal revelation over the weekend, however.
He showed Golf Channel viewers his new Buddhist accessory–a bracelet for protection and strength–that he began wearing before rehab and promises to wear forever.
Because nothing says “I’m going to be a man and take responsibility for my actions” quite like a little man-jewelry.
Filed under: Asian Drivers, bad asian drivers, Buddhism, Elin Nordegren, Man Jewelry, Tiger Woods, Tiger Woods Affair, Tiger Woods Buddhist, Tiger Woods Crash, Tiger Woods Returns, Tiger Woods Sex Scandals
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