TIGER, the juicy two part documentary on one of the greatest golfers in history, Tiger Woods, is a riveting watch from start to finish.

Touching on Tiger’s troubled upbringing and almost frightening relationship with his father, TIGER provides expansive context for the 2009 fallout of an American hero, leaving no detail left unsaid. It’s the kind of fare that makes reality TV so enticing, and I watched on the edge of my seat as the story unfolded before me.

There are some setbacks – they never speak to Tiger himself and obviously the story remains unfinished – but I walked away from the doc feeling like a legitimate golf fan (some of those shots… sheesh) and with a new, near-holistic perspective of the scandal that happened when I was eleven.

Both parts of TIGER are available now on HBO Max.

Justin Taing

Justin Taing is a lover of Ina Garten, rambles for two hours every second Monday on “Gem Radio”, and once was on a Zoom call with Tim Robinson, Japanese Breakfast, and Caroline Polachek


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