Originally Posted by MWM
Turns out the people running the Masters asked Tiger to have the press conference on Monday. Haven't watched any of it, but I am curious what he was asked and what he actually answered.
I just watched the whole thing. There were quite a few questions asked about what has happened. A few questions about golf. He answered everything pretty much. Except about the accident.
He answered questions about the Dr. that came to his house. He stated that the Dr. gave him PNP injections for injuries but that was it. He stated he's never taken any illegal drug.
He stated that on the course he will be more respectful of the game. He said he wouldn't have as many negative outbursts, but he said there probably wouldn't be as many celebratory reactions either. He also stated that he'd interact and acknowledge the fans more. And that in recent years he's taken the fans for granted and won't do that any more.
He also apologized to the other players for having to answer questions about him.
He said that golf is fun again. Over the past few years even when he was winning it wasn't fun. He said "when you're living a lie and deceiving so many people, life is not fun."
To me he seemed very honest and sincere, but I'm sure others will have different opinions.