FATHER FIGURE: Earl is Yoda-like and captivating, especially regarding his son's first Masters win.
KING OF DENIAL II: There's no mention of Tiger's three stepsiblings.
TIGER TALK: When an opponent makes a putt, he says he was thinking, Oh, my gosh, now I've got to make mine. Yeah, right.
MOMENT OF TRUTH: Tiger has always said that he doesn't care about scoring records, but he describes the pressure of wanting to par the 72nd hole at the 2000 British Open to break Nick Faldo's record.
BEST INSIGHT: From Howell, describing Tiger's living room, in which his three Masters trophies sit atop the TV and the cups from his five other majors are scattered about the room. "They're always out. At Christmas I think he hangs lights on them."
MISSING IN ACTION: Elin
NOT-SO-SHOCKING REVELATION: Tiger's going bald, and fast.
KING OF DENIAL III: The infamous third-round 81 in the 2002 British Open, which ended his Grand Slam bid and may have been a tipping point in his career, is never mentioned.
SKIP: The platitude-filled third disc.
FINAL ANALYSIS: Too long and not insightful enough, with too few action sequences for golf fans.