The New York Post ran the following headline (seen above) for its coverage of the Masters on Sunday.
The headline is in direct reference to Tiger Woods' controversial two-stroke penalty and his reputable promiscuous past. Naturally, the Post decided to capitalize on their chance to feature a play on words that covered both.
Many fellow golfers are upset with the PGA's ruling that gave Woods a penalty for an improper ball drop rather than a disqualification. The bottom line: television ratings are better with Woods on the course.
Via The Big Lead