Tiger Woods: The CBS reporter who interviewed Tiger Woods after his final round at the Masters has blogged about the incident. In response to Tiger’s “people are making way too much of a big deal of this thing,” Peter Kostis writes, “Wrong answer. No one expected Woods to be pleased with all of his shots on Sunday, but he could have opened up a bit. He could have said that he’s far from being a perfect person and that he’s going to work on finding a way to play with passion without cursing or abusing his clubs … But telling people that he’s going to consciously tone down his behavior sounds like Superman saying that he’s going to wear a necklace made of Kryptonite.” Also, Phil Mushnick has finally chimed in on that interview. [Golf.com]
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