HBO's Tiger Woods documentary doesn't hide from his most salacious moments

Sunday's Part 2 said to be particularly lurid

Tiger’s tale has not been sanitized in a new HBO documentary.

Tiger delves into the highs and the lows of one of the most famous and successful athletes ever, Tiger Woods. It just doesn’t key on his golfing accomplishments. All the off-the-course stuff is there, too, which has ruffled the feathers of some close to Woods. His agent, Mark Steinberg, recently ripped the documentary in a statement, the New York Post reported.

Steinberg called it: “just another unauthorized and salacious outsider attempt to paint an incomplete portrait of one of the greatest athletes of all-time.”

Part 2, in particular, which airs on Sunday, has been said to be a bit cringe-worthy in its “realness.” At the end of the two-hour segment, the breakdown of his marriage due to infidelity back surgeries and addiction issues is covered.

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Part 2 reportedly delves into the death of Woods’ father, Earl, his visit with the Navy SEALs to honour Earl; his success at the 2007 PGA Championship, but also his tight friendship with the likes of Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley and his dalliances with multiple women.

There are interviews with Woods’ mistress, Rachel Uchitel, fellow golfers, his former caddy and more.

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