Tiger Woods gives interview to ESPN, Golf Channel
Tiger Woods gave a televised interview Sunday (March 21) to ESPN and the Golf Channel where two reporters were able to ask him questions about his scandal.
Remember, last month he had that so-called press conference where no reporters were allowed to ask questions.
In his new interview, he answered questions from ESPN and the Golf Channel, but here’s the catch. He only allowed them to interview him for five minutes. The two sports stations had to agree to the terms.
That’s just like Tiger Woods. Still trying to control the media even when he’s down. His five-minute interview with ESPN is posted below.
I would like to give a special shout out to CBS News. A reporter for CBS News was invited, but the station declined because they didn’t want to agree to a five-minute time limit.
In the first sentence, I said Woods gave a televised interview. Actually, five minutes is not considered an interview. That’s considered a warm-up session.
You barely have enough time to ask someone there first name in five minutes.
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