They probably have every detail. Even the kickass piano music.
December 31, 2010 Column
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Tiger's humiliating downfall began at the end of 2009. But it was in 2010 that he truly hit rock bottom with sex rehab, the press conference, the divorce and the being mediocre at golf.
And while all that was bad, the true bottom for Tiger Woods came on April 10, 2010, when, according to Internet research firms, 100-percent of e-mails sent that day were Tiger Woods joke forwards. Yes, the man who just months before was seen as the perfect athlete on and off the course was the subject of an e-mail forward from your Aunt Cindy that included 17 golf/sex euphemisms.
But that e-mail forward from you Aunt Cindy also began Tiger Woods' comeback. Every possible joke about him had been made. Tiger Woods jokes quickly became groan-inducing like a Perkins waitress with a big rack. (See?)
Farewell, 2010. And farewell to Tiger Woods-as-punchline. In 2011 we want to see you wiggle your shaft, grab your balls and put it in the hole again and again on the way to a 69. And we won't even laugh. We promise.
The larger end is only for very experienced golfers.
This should be the opening scene in "Caddyshack 3."
The pathetic performance calls into question Jong-un's ability to lead the Communist nation, which had been headed for 18 years by Jong-il and earned much pride over the seemingly impossible athletic exploits of their miniature dictator.
"I was very happy with my round," said Jong-un. "You always feel like you've left a few shots out there a putt or two here and there, a bad drive or something but that's the way golf is. A 64 is a good score."
But after signing his scorecard, a coup was attempted by one of Pyongyang National's maintenance workers.
Picture The Tiger Woods Family Game
It's been on sale for the last year.
And Phil Mickelson still doesn't need to try.