Recently Tiger Woods posted an 18-over 268 at Firestone, a course where he has won seven times. He did worse than all eighty golfers save one. The world's undisputed top golfer for years, Woods enjoyed an image as a mature, responsible father and husband. He was a hero to millions of young people and corporations paid millions of dollars a year for his endorsement. Suddenly, as revelations about his private life hit the news, Woods's world imploded. A loving, faithful husband turned out to be a playboy.
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