I don't give a Caddie's Ballbag about what Tiger Woods did to his Marriage or his Family. Nobody is perfect at everything. It's just another lesson on how fame is like booze. Too much makes you behave like an asshole. Well actually...that's not fair to booze because Tiger was also taking pills and Ecstasy along with the fame. Now the former Boy Wonder is dragging his dead father through the mud and urine to get sympathy so the reality TV fans who are now interested in golf won't heckle him at The Masters. Nike is trying to come off as remaining loyal to someone who has helped them make alot of money. But really, would you dump Tiger Woods at this point if you were a sponsor? He is a supernova of publicity wherever he goes now. Respected sports pundits are devoting hours of time to his travails with his former ladies. People who could care less are all of a sudden blogging about his downward spiral....see, your reading one now! Because of him, billions of people will be taking part in one of the most vapid activities known to man...watching golf on television. Do these first timers think he's all of a sudden going to grab a random female while walking the fairway and start popping pills and penetrating her in an uncontrollable sex addict rage? If he does I will watch golf more often. I wish Tiger's Dad would REALLY come back from the grave and tell him to shut up. That would be the best thing for him to do. Along with not sleep with everything. Damn! All I really wanted to do was show you the new Nike "I fucked Up Commercial" and it's hilarious "Shawshank Redemption" parody featuring the voice of another guy who almost died screwing up his marriage. Sorry...sorry.
Ok, this ad is obviously a stunt to bring back the old Tiger, to refocus the Tiger brand on what its all about. BUT he doesn't have a handle on Elin though, no commerical is gonna help that, plus one minute she supports him, next minute she loves him. She shows up with a ring, then she doesn't and says Tiger is "Selfish." I mean make up your mind, the man has done almost everything a cheating husband who wants to make good does, check out the story
The rejected version is so much better. I'd pay attention to golf more if they ran that ad.