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  • Perhaps no one at this network shares off camera relationship with Tiger Woods, more so than our own Scott Van Pelt, who presides over our golf coverage at the Masters and other tournaments.


  • And Scott, first and foremost.


  • Thank you for joining us.


  • Your reaction when you heard this news this afternoon as always, listening that you talk to Ramona.


  • The Kobe thing just is so vivid and the moments that you're hearing about something happening and then as you so well put, you know, there's these aerial pictures and now we're looking at an automobile, and, um, it's just it's just jarring.


  • And your first thought is, I hope he's all right and I don't mean all right.


  • As in like, Not injured, it's pretty clear he's injured.


  • I hope he's with us.


  • You know, I hope he's still alive, and immediately I'm reaching out to people in the game and, um, it Z as you know you.


  • You you cover this sport very well for us as well and and have a great passion for the game.


  • It's a small, tight knit group, Um, and it's the people that play it, and it's the caddies and the club the club reps and, um, the media that cover it, the writers and all the rest.


  • It's a very small group, Um, and it's really tight.


  • And, um so I I was just immediately reaching out to see if anyone was able to tell me anything.


  • And pretty, uh, pretty quickly, I got back the sense that he had been pretty badly injured, but that the thought was that, um he was not hadn't suffered life threatening injuries.

    而且相當,呃,相當快, 我得到了回的感覺 他已經相當嚴重的傷害, 但認為是, 嗯,他是不是沒有遭受 生命危險的傷害。

  • Um, that's the sense of what I got back.


  • And then, you know, you just, uh you just hope for the best.

    然後,你知道,你只是,呃... 你只是希望最好的。

  • I mean, um, this is someone that and he and I have joked my entire career that he's single handedly responsible for it.


  • And it's not a joke.


  • I met him when he was a freshman at Stanford, and he became this this rock star, and, uh, I was lucky enough to be close enough to cover him and came to ESPN because I covered him.


  • And, um, over time, you get to know each other as people and he becomes a dad.


  • And, um, you know, becomes an old guy with a bald spot in the fuse back as I've talked about so many times, it becomes so much more relatable is a human, uh, than he was when he was a 20 something year old Superman.

    而且,嗯,你知道,成為一個老傢伙 與一個禿頭的斑點 在導火線回 我已經談到了這麼多次, 它變得如此之多 更可親的是一個人,呃,比他是 當他是一個20多歲的超人。

  • And was this this superhero version of off of us?


  • And so it's, um it's just it's odd.


  • You know, Matt, when when you you feel so you know, personally connected this story because you just want so badly for this person you know to be okay.

    你知道嗎,馬特,當你... ...當你感覺到... ...你知道的,個人連接這個故事... ...因為你只是太想讓這個人,你知道是好的。

  • I don't give a damn about the golf, you know, It couldn't matter less.


  • He gave.


  • He gave us more than just about any other athlete we've seen and our life's in terms of the moments that move you and make you feel.


  • And so at this moment, I don't find myself, uh, at all concerned about Augusta or anything else.


  • I just think for him and for his Children, I hope he's all right, man.


  • That's that's really it.


  • Yeah.


  • And Scott, I think the point that you bring up for not only those of us who love the sport cover the sport, and it have long admired Tiger Woods of what he's been able to do with within the confines of the ropes.


  • of a golf tournament.


  • You could look at Tiger's career.


  • Maybe in three phases, tiger.


  • One point.


  • Oh, the Phanom tiger two point.


  • Oh, the dominant golfer, Tiger.


  • Three point.


  • Oh, after the scandal in the injuries to get back to the point where he wins the Masters in 2019.


  • As you've seen him, Scott developed as a person.


  • How has he changed in your eyes?


  • From who we saw early 90 or late nineties?


  • Early two, thousands to who we've been accustomed to over the last few years?


  • Well, he, uh he had that look for so long, uh, that it was somewhat Zen, and it was somewhat boxer getting in the ducking under the ropes to get in the ring.

    嗯,他,呃... ...他有這樣的表情這麼久了,呃,這有點像禪宗,它有點像拳擊手得到的... ...躲在繩索下進入環。

  • This that almost zombie like state that he didn't let a soul in.


  • Um, and it was a means to an end, and it worked.


  • I mean, he was devastating out there.


  • Um, but then after, uh, after the mess that he largely made of his own personal life and and then a comeback, there was there was a bit mawr of an access that he gave to people outside.

    嗯,但之後,嗯,之後的混亂 他主要是做了他自己的個人生活 然後復出,有 是有一個有點Mawr的訪問 他給了外面的人。

  • He solicited that he, um and I remember telling him, You know it, It feels good to let people hug you.

    他要求他,嗯... ...我記得告訴他,你知道的,讓別人擁抱你感覺很好。

  • You just gotta let him.


  • And I met his peers and the people outside the ropes that adored him and what you saw him at in 19 when he won and he walked to the same spot where he hugged his father.


  • And then he hugged his son and his daughter, um, and and the sound that the patrons made.


  • I'll never forget it.


  • Like Thio here, that golf tournament sound like LSU on a night games that, like Tiger Stadium there chanting, Tiger, Tiger, Tiger!


  • And you saw his peers come line up just just to shake his hand and to see him connect to those people as he walked.


  • Um, it felt different.


  • It felt like he understood that that they meant maybe more to him than he knew, and that he understood what he meant to them and that in that moment of connecting in a different way as a human, you know, as a dad, as a as a part up flawed version of us, in a way, right?

    這感覺就像他明白 他們對他的意義也許比他自己知道的更多 他明白自己對他們的意義 在那一刻以一種不同的方式連接起來 作為一個人,你知道,作為一個父親,作為一個作為一個有缺陷的版本的我們,在某種程度上,對嗎?

  • Uh, back in that place, we never maybe thought we'd see him again.


  • I think that's how he changed.


  • I think he he let he let his fans love him and acknowledged that it meant something to him.


  • Um, and And at that moment, helped frame it.


  • All he really needed was Sam and Charlie.


  • His kids, that's all he needed.


  • But having those people, they're Thio to provide the soundtrack.


  • You know, for that moment, I know what it meant to him.


  • I mean, because he's expressed it to me.


  • I know what it meant.


  • And there were a lot of times met that I think he took that for granted and couldn't have given a crap.


  • Um, it just it was an inconvenience.


  • It got to be so out of hand, you know, Whereas then it was, you know, when When when those roars died down, I think I think I know it meant something for him to hear him again.

    它得到了如此失控,你知道的, 而當時它是,你知道,當 噹噹那些咆哮聲消失了, 我想我知道這意味著什麼 他再次聽到他。

Perhaps no one at this network shares off camera relationship with Tiger Woods, more so than our own Scott Van Pelt, who presides over our golf coverage at the Masters and other tournaments.


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