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If there’s a lesson to be learned from Tiger Woods’ recent personal disaster, it’s that things happen that cannot be planned for—and that if something potentially explosive is uncovered, it should not be hidden or kept from the media.

This is exactly what Tiger Woods did after his car crash in the middle of the night. He basically hid in his house for days, refusing to talk to the police, let alone the press. The result was wild speculation, including an online story that his wife had chased him with a golf club and had broken out his car window before the crash.

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