A lesson in what makes Tiger Woods tick

Tiger Woods. (REUTERS)

Tiger Woods. (REUTERS)

JON MCCARTHY, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:21 PM ET

Tiger Woods doesn’t care about you.

Let’s get that straight.

It doesn’t matter who you are. Whether you are his biggest fan or his biggest hater, he thinks the same of you — nothing.

This seems to be a notion even his harshest critics have a hard time understanding.

Several times at the U.S. Open at Merion, Woods winced in pain after hitting a shot. The world No. 1 has since pulled out of this week’s AT&T National at Congressional because of a left elbow injury.

However, during the tournament there were some suggesting that Tiger was embellishing his injury, creating an excuse as to why Merion was kicking his tail.

The opinion could be found all over online comment boards and golf forums. Now, we understand that the Internet is like an overcrowded golf course with no marshals and plenty of high handicappers, but the notion that Tiger was to some degree faking his injury was out there. A lot. And it couldn’t have been further from the truth.


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