However, a multitude of other golf scribes have not been so isolated and have freely given opinions whether based on conjecture or fact. Here is the most microscopic of samplings from what has been typed this week – the good, the bad and the ugly.
Go here for the thoughts of Steve Stricker. Jeff Rude has some interesting analysis here. Randall Mell chips in with this. And, although his approach is somewhat skewed, Rich Lerner provides us with an interesting analysis. Click here for titillating info and rumors from a non-golf related website. The intrepid Glenn Beck pitches in with his unique perspective. And finally for an all inclusive myriad of Tiger stuff visit Geoff Shackelford.
So here's what Eye On Golf concludes. Tiger Woods is a private citizen. He is not a publicly elected official. There is a difference. He may be one of the most famous private citizens on the planet, but he is still a private citizen. What happened outside of his private property is public, namely the car crash, is public knowledge and should be reported. What happened inside of his private property is private, namely those situations that could possibly have led to the car crash. That information, regardless how steamy and tantalizing, should be left alone unless Tiger decides to bring it forth.
And that is the bottom line.