Seemingly every TV network carried Tiger Woods's mea culpa today. It was the hot topic of conversation at golf courses around the country, including at Wilmington's Echo Farms.
This whole sordid tale cost tiger a lot of fans. based on the reaction of folks at Echo Farms, his apology didn't seem to help.
Before teeing off on the course, golfers gathered around the the TV in the clubhouse to watch Tiger's apology. They listened intently, but they weren't buying it.
"I find it hard to believe that a man can say his family is No. 1, while his wife's home taking care of the children, he's out fooling around from east coast to west coast," Charles Cahill said.
"Personally, if it happened to me, I couldn't forgive him," Lisa Bridges said. "But as a golfer, yeah I'll watch him again. But I won't respect him as much as I used to, I used to respect him quite a bit."
Trying to win back his fans, is going to be the biggest challenge Tiger's ever faced. Some of the golfers we talked with said the worst part of the whole scandal was Tiger letting down all the kids who looked up to him. Woods apologized for that, too.