Tiger Woods private life has always seemed that of a mystery, beside his extra-marital trysts that came to light some three years ago, ultimately ending his marriage to Ellen Nordegren. Now it seems that a side of Tiger, that few know of will be coming to light. Hank Haney, Tiger's former swing coach, has written a tell-all book about the golfer that is painting him in a not-so-flattering light.
Haney claims that Tiger showed little respect for those around him and made others pay for takeout. He says Tiger "let fame go to his head".
He also goes on to reveal that he was afraid to ask Woods for a popsicle when he was heading to the refrigerator. He says Tiger never offered him a popsicle or ever came back with one. He also adds it took him a while to get up the courage to say "Hey Bud, do you think I can have one of those popsicles"? He paints Tiger as an ego-centric, porn-loving, cheapskate.
Tiger has all but shunned the book, calling it "unprofessional and hurtful', especially it being written by someone says he trusted and worked with. Tiger said he isn't going to read the book and says it is just a cheap way to make money. Both he and Haney worked together for six years. The book has a release date of March 27, and is entitled "The Big Miss".