Tiger Woods: I Must 'Feel Something' for Women
Hank Haney's book depicts golfer as a cheap, rude, porn-loving egomaniac
By Neal Colgrass,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 18, 2012 3:00 PM CDT
"The Big Miss: My Years Coaching Tiger Woods," by Hank Haney.   (AP Photo/Crown Archetype)
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(Newser) – So just what did Tiger Woods learn from sex therapy? “There are some girls who are going to be after me even more now, especially the wild ones,” Woods apparently told his old swing coach, Hank Haney. "But what I learned is that for the rest of my life I can’t have sex with someone unless I genuinely feel something for them. If I do, I’m putting myself in jeopardy.” Haney reveals Woods' new approach to sex in an upcoming tell-all titled The Big Miss, the New York Post reports.

Haney's book, due out March 27, also paints the golfer as a cheap, rude, porn-watching egomaniac who loved all the attention—even when it was negative. He laughed, for example, when his South Park character called his wife a "stupid Swedish cow" and "crazy bitch." At restaurants, Woods liked getting up from his meal the moment he finished, forcing his friends to leave too. And he reveled in playing porn to freak out Christian golfer Zach Johnson in a shared hotel room. Said Woods: "It was so funny. ... I got him pretty good." Hat tip to Radar Online for the story. (For another revelation from The Big Miss, click here.)