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Woods was driving almost 90 mph when he crashed SUV near LA

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By STEFANIE DAZIO

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There is something particularly (insert a word not allowed) about a guy who feels so entitled that he can drive at twice the legal speed on a public road, and not on some empty open stretch in the country side, but a crowded urban Street.

Tiger is luckily he doesn’t have the death of innocents on his conscience.

I don’t care if he is never able to play again on any level.

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No surprise he was speeding, I checked the road on GMaps and the only real way to crash is to be driving too fast. If that section of road is such a problem, they need to put in some traffic calming measures that forces vehicles to travel at the legal limit.

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Maybe it is time for all professional sports to add a "roll model" clause, which doesn't allow any legal issues at all for them to be members in good standing?

There are already such clauses in contracts (e.g. domestic violence, see NFL), but golfers don't belong to teams (they're independent free agents)

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Law enforcement experts directly contradicting each other throughout the article, with one of them asking the obvious questions that must be on everyone's mind.

Tiger was offered breaks that would not have been given to you or me.

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That's exactly why I won't buy or drive a Genesis.

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Maybe it is time for all professional sports to add a "roll model" clause, which doesn't allow any legal issues at all for them to be members in good standing? I'm tired of reading about some famous sports-person who did something stupid, completely under their own control.

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That's a great ad for the car that hit a tree at 75 mph and Woods survived.

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