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If you go back to the very first post, @mvmac makes exactly this point, that many of us benefit from turning the feet out because it allows us to turn our hips more freely while remaining centered. The best players in the world are, for the most part, substantially more flexible than the rest of us mortals.
I agree. I felt that it was a review of what happened and did not add much to the story. If you followed what happened during that time at all, even in a passing fashion nothing was new from the documentary.
Ultimately, I don't know why Tiger would mind what was in either episode. It was maybe a bit rough on his father, but the main message was, as humans we all have flaws. For the money he earned, came the fame, and the microscope of the media. They like to amplify his faults for their benefit (clicks).
The one take away for me, was it reminded me how he mismanaged the aftermath. He should have fired his PR team. Maybe he did, but the weird blue room press conference was unnecessary. That was his private life and he should have just said that.