Tiger Woods sorry for kicking club
ESPN.com
April 7, 2012

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Tiger Woods apologized Saturday for kicking his golf club on Friday during the second round of the Masters."Certainly, I'm frustrated at times and I apologize if I offended anybody b...
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alan3008 
Funny stuff, still fun to watch: http://www.hulu.com/watch/113210/saturday-night-live-tiger-woods-accident
11 Days ago
omg can you say rebuilding year for my tarheels 
"You don't deserve breaking any records with that attitude of yours" ~Jack N
11 Days ago
aK2Boarder 
Tiger has ALWAYS behaved like this! The thing is, no one care cuz he was winning. He is the poster child for the sport: spoiled, coddled, egotistical, arrogant,....everything golf isn't suppose to be.
11 Days ago
Johio732 
"I like Tiger, but he has some serious angerv management issues." - Happy Gilmore
11 Days ago
larryboy318 
golf remains the last sport where class and character trump egos and showing one's backside...I for one hope it maintains that place!
11 Days ago
throwinheat 
Lots of great yound talent worth watchin on the tour these days. The PGA doesn't need TIger.....GO PHIL! Truly a Class Act!
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vtsmoker1981 
I love you PHIL , I love your KPMG visor and arthritis medicine!!!! You are creating awareness for the youth of today to watch and play golf!
11 Days ago
Golden Pyr Ranch 
he should also be Sorry for ....never using a condom with all those hos !!!!
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vtsmoker1981 
That's just nasty.
11 Days ago
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jk48fan 
"If you think she is funky...cover your monkey" National Condom Week
11 Days ago
alan3008 
Gee, he apologized for kicking his club on Saturday. Did he apologize for kicking his club on Thursday? What about all the other times? He needs a serious attitude adjustment by some sports psychologist, because its hurting his game and he doesn't realize it. The only person I ever saw that could act like this and still win at the professional level was tennis player, John McEnroe. Tiger needs to grow up. But he, in his arrogance, probably never will. Hes what now 34 or 35? Sad. Little kids will be throwing and kicking their clubs because they saw Tiger Woods do it on TV.
11 Days ago
thereturnofwinston 
I'm just wondering how far he'll make it today before the knee/heel/back (take your pick) starts acting up and he withdraws. Then we'll be treated to exclusive aeriel coverage of him walking across the parking lot, getting in his car, and driving down Magnolia Lane - leaving the course.
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jk48fan 
and it will be on every front page of the internet by 4 p.m.
11 Days ago
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thereturnofwinston 
Yes, it will, unfortunately.
11 Days ago
0rugger0 
$10 the hammy gets pulled on number 7!
11 Days ago
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vtsmoker1981 
:(
11 Days ago
calbreds44 
I have no issues with him kicking that 9 iron in fact, SNL couldn't have made me laugh harder that was priceless!!
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Johio732 
Can you say Shooter McGavern?
11 Days ago
drawitall 
If he was in the service (SEALS) and behaved like he does he would get his attitude adjusted quite quickly .
11 Days ago
11madness 
You guys think that this may be the end of the Schwartzel era?
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Johio732 
When did it begin?
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Johio732 
One win (even at the Masters) does not an era make.
11 Days ago
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bow3599 
I guess him winning the masters last year
11 Days ago
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bow3599 
his golf swing is awesome and he is young, I wouldn't say he is done
11 Days ago
skycav 
cbs will probably show everyone of his shots even though he is out of contention.
11 Days ago
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jrpftx62 
Just threw away my Frosted Flakes.
11 Days ago
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0rugger0 
tiger driver cover.........my Oberian is chewing it as we speak.
11 Days ago
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0rugger0 
boycott all things tiger
11 Days ago
79realist 
One of Tiger's most ardent fans on this board flatly predicted that Woods would win the Masters by seven strokes. While that may seem out of the question to some of you skeptics, Tiger still has the ability to win this one, just not by that number of shots. Here's how.. Eveyone knows that Hansen will fold like an accordion, and will probably shoot in the neighborhood of 77, Phil, or as someone here called him "Mickelfail," is certain to pull another of his classic collapses, give him a similar round, 77. Now, Tiger currently trails Hansen by 12, and Phil by 11. By my learned calculation, all Tiger need do is shoot a 64 or 65 to win this thing easily. Remember, he just shot a closing round 62 a month ago, and he had Rory quaking in his boots. Go Tiger, Go!
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jhaley654 
McIlroy or Mickleson. But Tiger will be lucky to break Par today.
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calbreds44 
good luck with that...
11 Days ago
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skycav 
your a dreamer not a realist
11 Days ago
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79realist 
skycav, ...and all others:... That post was sarcasm. If you had followed this discussion board for a while, you would realize that I am one of Woods' severest critics.
11 Days ago
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