Tiger’s Biography: Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down?
Tiger Woods biography reviewed: The tell-all tale that lays bare his life… as a journalist I wanted to praise it but as a sports lover I wanted to chuck it away
- Tiger Woods’ soon-to-be-released biography contains over 400 new interviews
- It provides convincing evidence to falsify stories of his racial abuse aged five
- The book reveals Woods’ father is buried in an unmarked grave in Kansas
- It’s an admirable story that will make an uncomfortable read for sports lovers
A few days ago, our 19-year-old son came home from university and promptly startled his mother by announcing he was going to hit 250 balls each day on the practice ground.
Given he had attained a five handicap while barely hitting 250 practice balls in total, she wondered what on earth had prompted such a change.
‘Tiger Woods,’ he said. ‘Watching him has just inspired me. I’ve never seen a sportsman play with such intensity. He’s incredible.’
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