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Can't link - on phone.
He always takes any opportunity to have a go at Tiger, quite a bore most of the time due to that.
There's no doubt that since he was rumbled for his bed-hopping, commentators and players have seen a chance to stop toeing the "isn't he great" party line. Good to see, he got away with far too much for far too long. Not fit to lace Jack's boots.
It doesn't matter that chamblee might have an axe to grind - Woods is handing out open invitations for anyone to have a pop at him.Just because chamblee doesn't like him, doesn't make him wrong.
He has more to lose than gain with a lawsuit imoLooks like some ones calling the emporer naked at last.
The article is in the context of 'end of year report' cards for tour pros. He says I remember when we only talked about Tiger's golf. I miss those days. He won five times and contended in majors and won the Vardon Trophy and ... how shall we say this ... was a little cavalier with the rules.* Not sure what the contoversy is...he did take dodgy drops and he was penalised for moving his ball then contested the penalty. All a matter of public record. A relatively obscure, sparsely read journalist now has become big news because Tiger might sue him.....what a load of old tosh!!!!
For mark Steinberg to get all righteous that tiger's integrity had been impuned though - you have to laugh!
its tiger......all the other golfers have to play within the rules
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