Enough of the cringing public therapy
Woods should now be allowed to get on with life, his infidelity is a matter for his family, says John Masterson
He is back. And, oh, how I missed him. This has been a six-month wait and the sexes are still divided.
I have yet to talk to a woman who is reasonable about Tiger. When he addresses the ball they want it to end up in a lake. They want him punished. In public. For eternity. For me, Tiger having to listen to the noxious Masters' chairman Billy Pain (ok Payne) delivering a condescending dressing down was more than enough.
Men in golf clubs are thinking they would be happy to try a little infidelity if it meant they could shoot their lowest round ever in the Captain's Prize. No doubt someone has expressed this view as he relaxed watching the master back plying his trade in Augusta.