I mean, seriously: what is this, 1998? Are we all children? Who is ever surprised that professional athletes are tough dogs to keep on the porch? They’re celebrities who are (usually) in shape, they travel a lot, and they have lots and lots and lots of money. Like the kids used to say back in the 1990s: do the math.
I get it that a lot of middle-aged sports writers got to know Tiger Woods when he hit the scene 15 years ago as a teen-aged phenom, but he grew up, and they seem to be unable to deal with that fact. Why Woods’s extramarital activities are of compelling interest to anyone but his wife and other immediate family members is beyond me.