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When Tiger Woods claimed the stage on Friday for his TV apology — and make no mistake, it was a stage, pure and simple — his mission was to be authentic and sincere.
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- ANALYSIS: Doesn’t matter if Tiger was sincere — only packaging counts in America When Tiger Woods claimed the stage on Friday for his TV apology — and make no mistake, it was a stage, pure and simple — his mission was to be authentic and sincere.