woods takes grilling
After another warm welcome from the Irish public, Tiger
Woods turned sour at a news conference Tuesday when asked about his state of mind since the sex scandal that’s wrecked his marriage.
When asked whether his liaisons with other women had been “worth it,” Woods replied, “I think you’re looking too deep into this.” He torpedoed the follow-up question with an icily firm “Thank you.”
For the rest of the media session in Adare, Ireland, asking him about next week’s British Open, Woods flipped a switch into staccato half-sentences. How will you prepare? “Practicing.” Where? “Home.” Why not try and play some links golf in Scotland beforehand? “I need to get home.” Silence. Why? “See my kids.” Silence. A few minutes later, when asked again whether he was finding personal worries overshadowing his game, Woods clearly had enough.
“Everything’s working itself out,” he said. “Isn’t that enough now?’’