This New Zealand story looks at the even greater unfolding horror behind Tiger's use of "spaz," the American media's vast left wing cover up:
British media have taken their American counterparts to task for not reporting golfer Tiger Woods' controversial "spaz" comment after yesterday's US Masters.
The world No 1, after finishing tied for third at Augusta, three shots behind winner Phil Mickelson, told a television interviewer: "As good as I hit it, that's as bad as I putted and it's frustrating, because I felt so in control of my ball from tee to green, and once I got on the green I was a spaz (spastic)."
The Telegraph in London took a dim view of the comment and its subsequent reporting in the United States.
"America's leading newspapers yesterday helped Tiger Woods evade controversy by ignoring his use of the word `spaz' to describe his poor putting in the final round of the Masters at Augusta," Lewine Mair wrote in the Telegraph.
"The LA Times, changed the word to 'wreck' while The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Boston Globe all expunged the word completely. Only two US sports news services ran his words in an unedited form."