Tiger Woods Gets Aplogy From Brandel Chamblee On Twitter

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Brandel Chamblee tried to take back some things that he said about Tiger Woods last night on Twitter.

The golf analyst wrote an article last week which insinuated that Woods was a cheater. Chamblee gave Tiger an “F” for his five victory season saying that the golfer was ” a little cavalier with the rules.”

The apology came shortly after Chamblee compared Woods to a fourth grader cheating on a test. Chamblee writes that he cheated once while he was a student. He got a “100” on the test but was given an “F” because he cheated.

Chamblee writes:

“When I was in the fourth grade, I cheated on a math test and when I got the paper back it had “100” written at the top and just below the grade, was this quote, “Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive!” It was an oft-quoted line from the epic poem “Marmion” by Sir Walter Scott, and my teacher’s message was clear. Written once more beneath that quote was my grade of “100”, but this time with a line drawn through it and beneath that an F. I never did ask my teacher how she knew I cheated and I certainly didn’t protest the grade. I knew I had done the wrong thing and my teacher the right, but I never forgot the way I felt when I read that quote.”

” … I remember when we only talked about Tiger’s golf. I miss those days. He won five times and contended in majors and won the Vardon Trophy and … how shall we say this … was a little cavalier with the rules.”

The golf analyst said that he wanted to point out some of Tiger Woods’ infractions …

… but added that he went too far when he compared Tiger to a cheating fourth grader.

Tiger Woods has not responded to Chamblee’s apology yet.

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