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Video: Tiger Woods “I’m Going to Eat” Interview With CBS’ Bill Macatee

by Robert Littal | Posted on Monday, April 11th, 2011
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But not like you think.  I hate to break to you, CBS, ESPN, Golf Channel and the rest of the world, Tiger Woods’ will never be the same on the golf course as he was in his prime.

The combination of getting older, various injuries, swing changes and just the rigors of golf,  have taken its toll and that was before the porn stars and losing a 100 million to Elin.

He is still one of the best players in the world, but the dominanting Tiger that everyone on Tour was scared of is long gone.

The good news is I couldn’t stand the fake, apologizing, sex rehab, whining, sniveling, crying and non brohoing Tiger.  The reason being that wasn’t the real him.

An old wise drunk told me once.

“I rather be a real asshole, than fake saint”

Tiger slowly but surely is getting back to that as you see from the video above.  Lets all go eat, we are starving.

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  1. A.C says:

    I think its all mental with Woods because I can't see how a golfer gets "old" Tiger is in his mid 30's right? He's still an adolescent in relation to golf. Not like in football or basketball.

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