Tiger Woods’ agent, Mark Steinberg, issued a press release Sunday reacting to “Tiger,” the brand new two-part HBO documentary that dives into the lifetime of his star shopper.
“Similar to the ebook it’s based mostly off of, the upcoming HBO documentary is simply one other unauthorized and salacious outsider try to color an incomplete portrait of one of many biggest athletes of all-time,” Steinberg stated.
The ebook Steinberg is referring to is Tiger, the 2018 biography written by Armen Keteyian and Jeff Benedict. Keteyian can also be listed as an govt producer for the HBO two-part collection, which debuts Sunday.
Each the documentary and ebook spend in depth time inspecting Woods’ relationship together with his father, Earl, and what affect that will have had on his growth as a person. Woods’ workforce took situation with the ebook’s content material upon its launch as properly.
The three-hour documentary options a number of individuals who have been near Woods at one time however have since fallen out of his circle—together with former caddie Steve Williams, former girlfriend Dina Parr and Rachel Uchitel, a nightclub supervisor who was on the middle of Woods’ infidelity scandal. Woods himself doesn’t take part, nor does any member of his instant household or present associates.
Steinberg, a accomplice at Excel Sports activities Administration, has represented Woods since 1998.
Woods, 45, has received 15 main championships, second all-time to Jack Nicklaus.