Tilghman Apologizes For “Lynch Tiger Woods” Comment

I have to admit that I missed this one completely.  Golf Channel Anchor Kelly Tilghman said on Friday that young pro golfers trying to catch up to Tiger Woods should “lynch him in a back alley.” Not a good choice of words, given the historical implications.

She’s since apologized, and Tiger’s agent says that no offense was taken.

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2 thoughts on “Tilghman Apologizes For “Lynch Tiger Woods” Comment”

  1. Rev. Al Sharpton is a good reason not to become a Christian, if his leader is forgiveness and love personified it shows what a headline hungry buffoon Sharton is.  It is people like him that will never allow blacks and whites to be equal because his (fame) is derived from highlighting issues that would pass without much press.  I only hope he cancels one of his screaming TV appearances to read the sermon on the mount.  He should be afraid to face his maker when he relizes that Jesus says:  Matt:7:1. Judge not, that you may not be judged. 2. For with what judgment you judge you shall be judged, and with what measure you measure, it shall be measured to you again. 3. And why seest thou the straw, which is in thy brother’s eye, and perceivest not the beam which is in thine eye?  He does the opposite of what the Lord ask: Seek good, and not evil, that ye may live: and so the LORD, the God of hosts, shall be with you, as ye have spoken.  I hope that the Christian Communtity recognizes the fake this man is.

  2. She should be fired. But, not because of this, but because she is a poor announcer…who struggles for superlatives when she praises Tiger, time after time after time after…

    Just get rid of her.

    She stumbled looking for words of praise and extreme in her talk about Tiger, and she got tongue tied. She is a poor announcer, a screechy voice and she tries to be a man in the booth.


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