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Wednesday, February 17, 2010
TIGER WOODS WILL TALK
It appears Tiger Woods will be coming out of silence on Friday to talk to fans and media cirlcles about his infidelities, and to make amends. I think he will also outlay his plans for his future in golf. Even though he said he would take a hiatus, I think it's safe enough an observation to make, that golf runs in Tiger Wood's veins. Stepping off the golf course for a little while, and waiting for the sex scandal to quiet down a bit, I think was a good idea. This is not to say that coming out and speaking to fans and media will immediately reinvigorate the Tiger Woods brand. Mending such deep wounds will take quite a lot of time, great golfer or not.
I do think it's best for him to move on from the situation, however, and talk openly about his feelings and perhaps give some insight into his life and problems that may have led up to the scandal. Not that it's really anyone's business other than him and his wife. But being in the public eye in the way that Tiger Woods is, means he can't keep entirely silent if he wants to further his career. And whatever he chooses not to disclose, everyone knows that other media, such as the tabloids, would exact due dilligence into trying to fill in the blanks. Something they're not that terrible at either.
No one knows exactly what Tiger will say, or if he's even going to hint at returning to the golf course. What is clear is that he will at least be making an apology, and even if that's all he does, I think that's a good thing. If nothing else, it's a good start. Once the silence is broken, the real mending can begin.
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