Quote: Originally Posted by Kreskin
As I heard one journalist say, he wanted it all. He wanted championships, fame, money, image, indulgence; a lifestyle that gave him everything. If he was single this would hardly be worth batting an eyelash at. But to squeeze every last commercial value out of himself he got married. What a freakin idiot.
The thing is that 'hardly' and of the journalists or other media knew anything
much about tiger at all, only a handful were allowed interviews, and even then
they were given a small block of time, and only allowed to talk about golf.
Majority of journalists who showed up at tournaments just because he was there,
never ever managed an interview at all, and didn't even see him 'other' than on
He never talked to any journalist about his personal life, or anything else, other
than golf. Interesting story in todays vancouver sun talking about that aspect
of his life, written by a journalist who 'did' have a little closer relationship
with Tiger, and still did not know anything about his private life. He said the
only thing he ever found out about Tiger, other than golf related, was that 'he'
is an independent.
He had strict rules about interviews, and never did anything for 'free'.
He flew by private jet, and when driving 'he' drove himself.
Even with all that privacy, when behaving such as he did, somewhere along the way,
it will kick you in the butt, as it has.
If he and his wife had an agreement for an open marriage, this problem would not
have come about, as she would have been aware of his lifestyle, obviously she was
just as much in the dark as the rest of us.