They dubbed it "Tiger's Mea Culpa" and that was what it was.
But, poor Tiger Woods. Even his televised apology for his transgressions, his wrongdoings before the whole world, was torn to shreds by the unsympathetic media.
They scrutinized his facial expression, the way he delivered his apology. Just to catch that off-moment.
Was he sincere, they asked?
Frankly, we wouldn't know. And at this point, we shouldn't care.
We forget that he has a wife and kids. They are the ones he hurt, more than anyone or anything else.
The thing is, he is no ordinary guy who was having strings of affairs. He is the world's top golfer. megarich and a sex addict.
It's easy for us to cut him into pieces. A cheating husband who's got all the money in the world to romp around with any woman he wants.
Tiger said it himself -- with all the money he had, he did not need to go far to get those, er, women.
He came clean, didn't he? He has sought treatment for his addiction. And he has sought forgiveness.
That's hell of a thing to do.
Even for the Tiger.
So, let him live.
P.S: I just want him to play golf!