Tiger Woods may be hitting the golf balls again in hopes of building up his career, but it seems that people are now starting to share stories about him to bring him down again - or bring the truth out. A recent report revealed that his ex-wife Elin Nordegren had asked him to quit playing golf for two years before the big scandal broke with his cheating. However, now Tiger's former coach is speaking out and he isn't exactly coming to his friend's rescue. In fact, it seems that his former coach is joining the bandwagon in bringing him down.
Woods' former coach Hank Haney has written a tell-all book, The Big Miss: My Years Coaching Tiger Woods, and he isn't holding back about what Tiger was doing behind the scenes as his name was smeared all over the media when his cheating scandal broke. In fact, his coach reveals that Tiger was consumed with reading about his lovers. "Rather than trying to ignore what was being written and said about him, Tiger was taking it in. While we were in Augusta driving back and forth to the course, Tiger sat in the front passenger seat while I sat in the back, and I could see as he surfed the web on his phone that he was searching for stories about himself on gossip sites," his former coach reveals in the book.
"Many of them vicious cheap shots," Henry noted. "I was thinking there was no way that could be helping his frame of mind." It is so sad to learn that Tiger wasn't doing anything to save his marriage to Elin, but rather focused on all of the articles being written about him and the comments people had. Perhaps he thought it was entertaining that his private life was being smeared in the headlines.
Why do you think he was so obsessed with reading stories about himself during such a low point in his life?