Tiger Woods exposed in Vanity Fair


On the Feb. 2010 cover of Vanity Fair magazine, Tiger Woods is exposed both inside and out.  With famed photographer Annie Leibovitz taking the pics, the publication delves into the secret world of the world renowned golfer.  Here’s an excerpt from the article:

In an age of constant gotcha and exposure, he had always been the bionic man in terms of personality, controlling to a fault and controlled to a fault, smiling with humility and showing those pearly white teeth in victory or defeat, sui generis in the world of pro golf, where even fellow pros and other insiders didn’t really know him, because he didn’t want anybody to know him. With Woods, everything was crafted to produce a man of nothing, with no interior—non-threatening and non-controversial.

Read the complete story here.