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What’s That Physics Book Doing in Tiger’s Car?

By posted at 4:23 pm on December 2, 2009 6

Now this would be a strange way for an obscure book to become an overnight bestseller. Among The Smoking Gun’s photos of the Tiger Woods crash scene is a shot of a book called Get a Grip on Physics by John Gribbin lying amid the broken glass. Maybe brushing up on physics can help your golf game.





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6 Responses to “What’s That Physics Book Doing in Tiger’s Car?”

  1. Cindy
    at 5:42 pm on December 2, 2009

    There’s already a few snarky “reviews” about not keeping the book in your car lest you run into trees.

  2. JS
    at 9:06 pm on December 2, 2009

    Geez, when did this guy ever have time to read anything, what with all of the the golf playing and running around on his family and all???

  3. scott
    at 2:09 am on December 3, 2009

    actually, seeing how sloppily this guy went about philandering, i’d wager it’s probably a text book a coed left in there.

  4. Pete
    at 3:33 pm on December 3, 2009

    He would have been better off reading a book called Get A Grip On Your Johnson And Put It Back In Your Pants.

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