Who caught the 1st episode of Tiger yesterday?
It was pretty good.
I had seriously almost forgotten how good Tiger Woods was, particularly around the early 2000's. What an idiot I am!
The win at Pebble Beach in 2000 US Open is beyond ridiculous - Tiger won by 15 shots in the end, 15 shots.
Are you kidding?
And what about the mind games with Phil @ Augusta - brilliant!
The documentary has received mixed reactions - to say the least. Many people suggesting it is only used to diminish Tiger's outstanding career and his long list of achievements.
Some labelled it disgusting, others called it a disgrace whilst many boycotted it altogether based on the early reviews.
Woods' long-time agent, Mark Steinberg described the doco as 'salacious' and 'another unauthorized outsider attempt to paint an incomplete portrait of one of the greatest athletes of all-time'.
To be fair, it does exploit Tigers' imperfections and focuses heavily on his father's faults and scandals.
It's pretty heavy.
Spoiler alert, I am not sure if this was public knowledge beforehand, but whilst Earl Woods might have been a good father, he was certainly a bit of a rascal.
I'll reserve judgement on it in full until I've seen the next episode, the last 60 seconds of episode 1 suggests they'll continue with the theme of attempting to hurt Tiger and cause a bit of a stir.
Tiger is someone that transcended the game of golf - the documentary does a good job of covering that and all the fanfare that came along with it, but I'll be interested to see how deep they get into Tiger's well documented scandals in episode 2.
I hope there's plenty of focus given to the great win @ Augusta in 2019 - that's the best thing I've ever seen in sport.
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