It’s official now. Tiger Woods is in pursuit of a second legacy.
The image-battered golfer might just catch Jack Nicklaus’ record for major championships and Michael Jackson’s descent into pop-culture weirdness.
As of this writing, I’ve had 30-plus hours to digest and multiple opportunities to rewatch Woods’ waterboarding-inspired, sexual-infidelity apology that was transmitted across the globe.
Objective eyes and ears were shocked at what they saw and heard.