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Tiger Woods A Year Later: Do You Care?

Tiger Woods, on Nov. 12 at the Australian Masters in Melbourne.

Tiger Woods, on Nov. 12 at the Australian Masters in Melbourne. Lucas Dawson/Getty Images hide caption

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Last Thanksgiving, golf superstar Tiger Woods' private life blew up and dominated the news for weeks after.

Last week, Woods began what he called an effort to connect with his fans — via his Twitter page, an essay in Newsweek and an interview on ESPN radio's Mike And Mike show. Sportswriter Mike Lupica is among some who weren't impressed by Woods' public relations effort.

We really don't need to go too far down the one-year-later road. So we'll just ask:

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