uhhh.. ya.. anything from deadspin is questionable as far as I'm concerned.
This is a real surprised.. You have everything in the world, and you "choose" to go a path that is questionable at best (I am censoring my self here)!
I'm not going to speak for anyone here, but I find the fact that he was already caught before the most disturbing part in the whole thing.. You are on top of the world as far as I am concerned, playing professional golf.. you fail a couple of drug tests, but you decide to continue doing what you are doing??
All I can do really is just shake my head.. Does anyone think that maybe if the PGA took this measure and gave him a 3 month suspension and told everyone about it the first time he tested positive for cocain that maybe he would already have gone through rehab? I mean they delayed the punishment, and the guy just kept doing what he was doing? Maybe, he was suspended, I don't know.. but it wasn't aired out as far as I remember.
What a wasted talent, questionable choices and no one to blame but himself! (maybe his wife too, but really put the blame squarely on his shoulder)
Moving forward: I don't think this guy is going to be high on peoples popularity list going forward, but for me if he comes back, and he starts doing a lot of work with the anti-drug movement and teaching young people about the mistakes he made that I would root for him again.. Until then, he just went down my popularity list.. not to last, but pretty close.