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The scandalous Tiger Woods & that Vanity Fair cover story

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Photo: Annie Leibovitz/Vanity Fair website

Golf Superstar Tiger Woods’ life is a train wreck that we can’t stop gawking at or shaking our heads about. I admit it, I’m shocked at some of the salacious stuff Tiger is accused of doing. Meanwhile, a pre-scandal Tiger is shown on the cover of the February issue of Vanity Fair. Does he look a bit sinister in this photo?

Over on the mag’s website, the photo of the shirtless 33-year-old athlete, staring unsmiling into the camera, appears a number of times. So I couldn’t help but look at Tiger’s face and search for signs of trouble or places where the perfect façade might be cracking.

The cover story is an interesting report about the two Tigers; the congenial sportsman with the incredible golf swing and billion dollar career and the other newly revealed Tiger, embroiled in damaging allegations of sexcapades, which now threaten his marriage and the image he has so carefully crafted over the years. The story is a good read. It doesn’t answer the tough question of who is the real Tiger Woods? A question, I don’t think anyone can really answer, except maybe the golfer himself.  And he’s not talking, at least, not right now.

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4 Responses to The scandalous Tiger Woods & that Vanity Fair cover story

  1. Martin Fodness Tuesday, March 30, 2010 at 6:47 pm #

    Tiger Woods sure did talk a fantastic game as part of his media meeting about becoming a lot more respectful to golf, nevertheless his decisions spoke considerably louder than his words once he skipped the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Woods would have created so much good will by simply participating in the tournament. Arnie would likely have gone through anything that he might have to help show Tiger in the best light, however on the other hand Tiger decides to discount one of the legends from the game to do his own thing. Best of luck at the Masters, Mister Woods. Congratulations to Ernie Els, and I am hoping you do extremely well in Augusta.

  2. Darcey Sivick Friday, April 2, 2010 at 1:45 am #

    So earlier today I commented that I seriously hate Tiger Woods, and now I not only hate him but I think he has all the taste of a horny twelve year old. Good grief. Tell me again WHAT besides $$$ did his wife ever see in him?!

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