Tiger Woods' former trainer Hank Haneyhas written a tell-all book, and in it Haney claims Woods wanted to become a Navy SEAL. The Wall Street Journal reports an excerpt of the book "The Big Miss" claims Woods visit Navy SEAL training facilities at Naval Base Coronado when he was considering leaving golf for SEAL-dom.
According toSEALs spokesman Capt. William Fenick, Woods never trained with the elite group. Fenick told FOXSports.com that Woods visited the training facilities at Naval Base Coronado a few times, but not after 2006:
Perhaps the best part of this story is the video that's now going viral because of it. Golfweek writer Alex Miceli asked Woods at a Honda Classic press conference whether the Haney claim was true. Woods didn't handle the question well. Take a look:
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