http://www.theplayerstribune.com/tiger-woods-straight-up-not-true-not-funny/ Here is Tiger's response to the Dan Jenkins piece in the most recent Golf Digest. If you haven't read both, I urge you to do so before making comment. Specifically, I am interest in Ken's take on this as a golf writer although I understand it could be tough to chime in on as it is a pretty serious conflict involving another writer. I do welcome other's takes on it so long as you have read both pieces and have something positive to contribute (Don't want this to turn into a Tiger-basing type forum). I personally think it was a distasteful piece by Dan Jenkins, as an avid golfer and golf fan it is well documented that Dan Jenkins has some level of distain for Tiger Woods. To further that distain in a piece for arguably the foremost golf publication is unacceptable in my opinion. However, I think a good portion of the blame should fall on Golf Digest for publishing the article that on its face appears blatantly false and accusatory from a writer with a publicly known bias against Tiger Woods. I understand they want readers because that's what makes money when it comes to sales and advertisements but is it worth it to risk your credibility as a publication. Now I get that there is an element of parody or satire attempted here but it fails miserably, it is one thing to mock someone in a golf magazine for on course falters or issues but to attack their person based in no facts whatsoever is distasteful all around. I think Tiger has handled this beautifully in having his representation send the letter to Golf Digest as well as addressing the article in his own piece. Makes me question if I will continue my Golf Digest subscription if this is the stuff they are going to continue to publish. Thoughts?