Over at Good Walk Spoiled, fellow blogger Jeff mentioned that Vanity Fair is running a feature on Tiger Woods’s many mistresses detailing various personal accounts with golf’s #1 man and photo spreads of the ladies.
You can read his take on it here – Vanity Fair’s attempt to screw Tiger during Masters week.
There’s a teaser article about Tiger’s Mistresses up on Vanity Fair’s website. The full article will be included in the April 7th print release of the rag magazine, which coincidentally is one day before Tiger’s opening round at the 2010 Masters.
As if there wasn’t enough pressure, now he’s going to be bombarded with additional criticism regarding his infidelity with the release happening so close to his return to golf.
A commenter on Jeff’s post mentioned that..
“If stores haven’t already done so, they need to move Vanity Fair from the “legitimate magazine” section to the tabloid section, between the National Enquirer and the Star. Trashy.”
I completely agree, hence, this posts title..
Vanity Fair, from my limited exposure, is supposed to be a credible magazine discussing culture, society and politics.
HOW does this article fit into any of those categories?
From my perspective, it doesn’t.. Or at least not without a quite a stretch..
I was beginning to think we were starting to move on, the other day I was in the grocery store at the checkout counter and scanning all the tabloids, not a single mention of Tiger Woods and his mistresses, they had all moved on to Sandra Bullock and Jessie James..
Now, I fear, Vanity Enquirer might have rekindled this nauseating flame and we’re going to be inundated with more personal dirty accounts of Tiger Woods off the course…which could potentially affect his performance ON the course, which is really all we golf fans care about..