There are some odd similarities in the two interviews Tiger Woods gave yesterday.
Tiger gives his first two interviews since his cheating scandal broke.
After twin five-minute interviews, can Woods return to golf confident that his image is on the upswing?
Tiger Woods says he just "couldn't stop" the reckless behavior that flipped his life upside down.
Is the scandal-ridden golfer's return to the pro circuit just right -- or done too soon?
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Augusta doesn't cotton to strangers, doesn't suffer fools.
Tiger Woods' fall from grace has taken a big bite out of his endorsement income. According to one expert, the damage estimate is $50 million per year, or roughly half of his sponsorship earnings.
Tiger Woods' self-imposed exile from golf will end next month, when he plays in the Masters, in Augusta, Ga.
Police and gossip-mongers are still trying to sort out exactly what happened on the fateful night Tiger Wood's secrets began to unravel.