Tiger Woods of the United States tees off during an exhibition golf match against Rory Mcllory of Northern Ireland in Haikou, in southern China’s island province Hainan, Monday, Oct. 28, 2013. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee said Wednesday it was mistake to compare Tiger Woods’ rules violation to his own episode of cheating on a fourth-grade math test and that he would stop writing for the website where his column appeared.
“I said Tiger Woods was cavalier about the rules. I should have stopped right there,” Chamblee said Wednesday night in his first appearance on Golf Channel since his column was posted to golf.com nearly two weeks ago.
“In comparing those incidents to my cheating episode in the fourth grade, I went too far,” he said. “Cheating involves Login to read more