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Tiger's Brother Keeping It Real, Slams Woods

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While giving an interview to KSAZ Fox 10 in Phoenix, Tiger Woods' half-brother, Earl Jr., said that his father Earl Woods, would not have approved of the golfer's private life.

Here are some HIGHlights:

On the late Earl Woods:
"I think my dad would be very disappointed with him. He would probably want to know how he's going to fix it. You're grown enough to get into this mess; how are you going to repair it?"

On Elin:
"She was family. My dad and her really connected."

On the price Tiger paid:
"It cost him a family. He'll never have the same relationship with his kids. There's always a possibility that [Elin] will go back to Sweden. That distance with the kids will tear him up."

On why he did it:
"He got caught up in being human. He made mistakes, and unfortunately, those mistakes were magnified, because he is who he is, and where he's at."

On life growing up in the Woods home:
"It was very disciplined. Tiger had his duties he had to perform. My dad would have him do practice rounds in the afternoon. They would be out there for two and three hours. Most of that was fun time, because he was so young, but my dad would slip in some instruction."

On Tiger's future:
"Once the dust settles, he'll start being productive. Once he gets back on track, he'll be right back to where he was, if not better."

If he comes back from this or not, at least someone is letting Tiger know how they really feel.

[Image via WENN.]

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11 comments to “Tiger's Brother Keeping It Real, Slams Woods”

  1. 1

    this was on people magazine long ago, good job.

    don't you get sick of reporting other magazines' and websites' news?

  2. 2

    Stop using the word "slam". He didn't slam him. You sound like the national Enquirer.

  3. 3

    tiger is wacking off as we speak

  4. 4

    OMG can we please get some new information on here. This was literally on every website a week ago! The only "new" stuff you put up is all the videos that gays are doing for suicide prevention. I get it the first video nice, the second fine, but honestly i think youve shown us 2 dozen this weekend… enough. Does everything have to be about the gays? I mean seriously I know you feel deprived because you live a country that denies you the right to marriage, yes it sucks, but many other countries would actually jail you for being gay. there are so many issues in this world, and other people committing suicide besides people who have been bullied for being gay. Stop making gay your only issue.

  5. 5

    I don't think 'slams' was the right word…dude was just being honest and in a pretty nice way.

  6. 6

    What bullshit! Big Earl was a womanizer of Tiger's calibre. Little Earl (as in Little Peen Earl) probably had too much fecal matter in his oat bran this morning.

  7. 7

    Every word he said is true.
    In addition Tiger should have just taken the whole year off and tried to fix his life.
    Instead he just can't stop playing.

  8. 8

    sorry…what a douchey brother. jealous of his fame. like, it already happened, why comment now. maybe tiger is starting to heal, and he wants to rub it in some more. if tiger woods was white, no one would make such a huge deal out if this. they are continuing to crucify him, because he was the first big black golfer. and I'm white, btw…

  9. 9

    I hope Tiger does come back. He is the greatest golfer in the world and what happen was hurtful and selfish and i'm sure he wants to redeem himself.

  10. 10

    It took him this long to figure out the obvious. I guess Earl Jr. was the brains of the family. Gimme a break!

  11. 11

    slams? i really didn't hear anything negative coming from his mouth. he spoke the truth about how he thought his father would feel but other than that seemed fairly supportive. he showed that he believes in him as an athlete and that he made mistakes because he was human. what do you expect?