Well, whattya think?
Joe Posnanski, a sportswriter I read, wrote on Twitter that he's been asked why he finds the commercial "disturbing."
The ad, the first one unveiled by Nike since Tiger hit the biggest duck hook in his life, "addresses his time away from the game using the powerful words of his father," Nike said in a statement, The AP reports.
I think it's a creative attempt, from an advertising point-of-view, to persuade the golf gear-buying public that Tiger is not a phony.
I don't know if he's a phony or not. The only thing I'm certain of is that he sure liked to have a lot of sex with a lot of different women. And I feel kinda bad for his wife and kids.