Enough already, says Tiger Woods. The recent flap over a sports announcer's "lynch" joke has been overblown by the media and is in the past as far as he's concerned, reports the Orange County Register. "There was no ill intent," he said during the unveiling of a learning center in his name in Anaheim. "She regrets saying it. In my eyes, it's all said and done."
Golf Channel broadcaster Kelly Tilghman ignited the controversy by saying the only way to stop Woods is to "lynch him in a back alley." Tilghman, whom Woods described yesterday as a friend, was suspended for 2 weeks. Woods will see Tilghman again this week in La Jolla as he makes his 2008 debut and she returns to the air.