Answer: We all are. Now, I don't know about you- but I really don't want to be there. I think that there are too many people there already. This guy is a sports figure- not a minister, not a world leader and not a moral entrepreneur. He's not out there telling us how to live our lives. He is out there telling us how to take a better swing. He is a model of talent, determination, and civility. But he did not offer himself up as husband of the year (and I doubt he is going to do that any time soon).
Would I hate to be his wife right now? Of course. She has a right to be angry enough to pick up a golf club (but I hope she is sane enough to realize that this was an inexcusable reaction- violence is appropriately against the law no matter what your gender). I have no idea if the rumors of medicating this wound with money are true, but if they are, it's just another odd twist on what constitutes moral or immoral behavior...isn't taking money to deal with emotions or sex prostitution?
In any case, imagine Tiger Wood's world. He has groupies at every tournament, every night club (and why is he in night clubs alone?) and in every supermarket he walks in to. He would have to be an extraordinary man to ignore them all- and it turns out, he is not. Whether or not he and his wife have been doing the work it takes to keep a marriage compelling is unclear, but they have had two children in a short period of time-not the sexiest situation in the life cycle of a marriage. There were probably vulnerabilities of several kinds-and more temptation than most human beings would withstand.