Found October 24, 2012 on Sportress of Blogitude:
PLAYERS: Tiger Woods
Throughout his career, Tiger Woods has been known as a tricky interview subject. Profoundly evasive at times and at others aloof and nearly confrontational, journalists who routinely interview and cover Tiger have learned over the years that the golfer is a tough nut to crack, so much so that many of them rarely even bother [...]
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