At this stage, we’d be stupid if we didn’t wonder about Tiger Woods. — Tony Massarotti
Again, let’s make something clear here: maybe Olsen went too far. Certainly, in backtracking, Olsen made it clear that his comments about Woods were his “opinion.” But in some corners, the response to Olsen’s initial comments have been so strong that they border on psychotic. When you’re Olsen or anyone else, you’re allowed to wonder and ask whether Tiger Woods is a product of performance-enhancing drugs, especially when his career and health have taken the kind of dramatic turn that his has.
Amen, brother. Amen. More:
But with photos of a jacked-up Tiger splattered all over the internet, well it’s hard not to wonder.
Woods met with Galea, the now infamous Canadian doctor who was popped for bringing human growth hormone into the United States. Woods and Galea have said that Galea’s treatment of Woods involved only platelet-rich plasma therapy, essentially a blood-spinning technique that is believed to aid in healing and recovery.
Know who else was on Galea’s client list? Alex Rodriguez. Enough said.