Tiger Woods documentary set for HBO, could run during November Masters
First Michael Jordan and Lance Armstrong got the star treatment in ESPN documentaries highlighting their extraordinary careers. Now, it appears Tiger Woods’s life is set to be examined in an …
Supposedly airing around the November Masters dates…
The book is discussed here:
I wasn't a big fan of the book. They got a lot of simple facts wrong, like the years in which tournaments were played and things you could pretty easily fact-check. Multiple people disagreed with events told in the book:
Actually we were on the same team in Ryder Cup style matches. We played 27 that day. 9 holes of fourball, 9 holes of foursomes (we played greensomes which is what Tiger, Phil, Peyton, and TB played last weekend on the back nine), and 9 hole singles matches. It was a lot of fun, and I won 3 points for the Americans even though that last one was down to the wire since I was on wobbly legs.
It's not about "believing" you. The caps are for those who practice "handicap management."
And there can be exceptions made, for example. I heard an example of a guy who was a five handicap but was in a bad car accident. He wanted to play in his club championship and some other local events in his golf association, and they decided that they could see how he played for a few weeks before the club championship and assign his handicap that way.