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March 28th, 2012
01:19 PM ET

Ex-Coach Hank Haney on Tiger Woods: He's "very, very complex"

Last night Piers Morgan talked with Tiger Woods' former coach Hank Haney in a primetime exclusive about his new book "The Big Miss: My Years Coaching Tiger Woods." Haney wanted to share his story in a book because so many people wanted to know what it was like to work with Woods. "I knew that I'd catch some flack," Haney said on writing the book. "But I came to the conclusion that these were my memories too, they weren't just Tiger's memories."

So what is Tiger like as a person? "You know, he's different," Haney described. "But I expected that. I mean, when you see somebody that's as great as Tiger Woods, there's probably a reason for it. And you wouldn't expect him to be the same as everyone else."

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  1. Brian Kinsella

    Piers
    You have been going on in the last few days about the so-called "no back-up" law. If you knew anything of law you should know that English and other common law nations have the same some provisions. In Enlgish common law anyone has ro right right protect the right or other persons to to defend themselves from death or grievous harm. There is no obligation to flee. You can stand you ground and resist your ground. The only issue issue whether used use reasonsnble force to resist the attack. I.ve beenn a barrister for many years so i know I'mn know whatI'm talking about. Indeed, I've run trials on this principle _incudinge militarycourtsmartial involving the same peinciple-

    b a barrister

    March 28, 2012 at 2:26 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  2. geofleck

    Hankie Pankie is a LOSER!

    March 29, 2012 at 10:04 pm | Report abuse | Reply

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