Tiger

Tiger

The Real Story

Book - 2010
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Examines Tiger Woods' fall from grace following a sex scandal, the forces that shaped the man he is now, and his attempts to improve his image.
Publisher: New York : Da Capo Press, 2010.
Edition: 1st Da Capo Press ed.
ISBN: 9780306819506
0306819503
9780306819292
0306819295
Branch Call Number: 796.352/HELLING
Characteristics: xiv, 242 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.

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wendybird May 20, 2011

I like a good, well written sports biography... but ... this probably doesn't qualify. While light on the salacious details of Tiger's extramarital escapades, at a general level, "People" writer Steve Helling does a decent job outlining the life leading up to that fateful 2009 Thanksgiving car accident. My crankiness has more to do with style : call me crazy, but even the best biographer & one with unlmited time/access cannot really know what their subject is truly thinking or feeling. Helling constantly writes as if he knows what is going on in Tiger's mind -- and yet, one of the biggest surprises about this particular star's fall from grace was how well hidden Tiger kept his internal "stuff." Extended passages describing what Mr. Woods was feeling or thinking at a precise moment in time annoyed, rather than enlightened; Readers are smart enough to know they'll just never know what was going on internally, so please : stick to the facts! Enough facts can be strung together about Tiger's early years, though, to perhaps realize that, at some point, this picture perfect man was going to crash and burn. Probably worth reading for die hard Tiger / golf fans.

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