Earlier this year, Tiger Woods' former coach of six years, Hank Haney told the press that his tell-all book is not a book that will bother the golfer. But it is not the case because Haney has not written only about his golfing sessions with the PGA champion but also Woods' personal life.
Haney recalled Woods telling him about his sex addiction treatment, "There are some girls who are going to be after me even more now, especially the wild ones. But what I learned is that for the rest of my life I can't have sex with someone unless I genuinely feel something for them. If I do, I'm putting myself in jeopardy."
In the book, Woods was not only a golf genius but also sex addict and self-centered person among others. Haney said Woods has the habit of eating fast and getting up to leave before everyone finish their meal. "When he was done - and he habitually ate fast - you were done," Haney wrote. The author also said Woods tend to find it funny to be cheap.
According to Haney, Woods laughed when watching his ex-wife Elin Nordegren made fun of on "South Park". Woods also once ordered a 24-hour adult movie package in the room he shared with devout Christian and fellow golfer Zach Johnson.
Wood and his people have responded to "The Big Miss" excerpt which was released on Golf Digest. "What's been written violates the trust between a coach and player and someone also once considered a friend, Mark Steinberg, Woods' agent said in a statement last month. The book is out March 27.