The Big Miss: My Year's Coaching Tiger Woods. Reviewed
by, 05-09-2012 at 09:12 AM (861 Views)
For quite a number of years I was a Tiger fan. Millions of people were. Many still are.
Things change, though. They certainly have for me. Hank Haney's book, "The Big Miss: My Year's Coaching Tiger Woods," has really changed the way I see him.
I don't want to give too much away in case you want to read it, too. But Haney tells a story of a guy who doesn't even know how to function in a personal relationship. He treats his "friends" like his personal staff. All the while demanding the loyalty of those around him and being unwilling to forgive any perceived slights.
Tiger is his own worst enemy and his drive to reach new heights takes him to places I never would've imagined.
In the end, Tiger is a train wreck. A wreck he himself caused. His train is one that, in my opinion, cannot be repaired. The scrapyard is where Tiger, his career, and his life are headed.