Brandel Chamblee has spoken.
The catalyst for one of the latest rip-roarin' golf feud appeared on Golf Channel on Wednesday to address his comments in a column posted two weeks ago on Sports Illustrated's golf web site, golf.com, that insinuated Tiger Woods had cheated in incidents earlier this year.
But he stepped back on the show Golf Central, admitting he "went too far."
"In offering my assessment of Tiger's year, and specifically looking at the incidents in Abu Dhabi, Augusta, Ponte Vedra and Chicago, I said Tiger Woods was 'cavalier' about the rules. And I should have stopped right there," Chamblee said.
"In comparing those incidents to my cheating episode in the fourth grade, I went too far. Cheating involves intent. Now I know what my intent was on that fourth grade math test, but there was no way I could know with 100 percent certainty what Tiger Woods' intent was in any of those situations. That was my mistake."
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