The debate about Tiger Woods' behavior is over - at least on his own Web site.
And it would appear there's no problems whatsoever in the golfer's marriage judging by the Q & A section.
In the wake of Tiger's serial cheating scandal, fans flocked to his official Web site and turned what was once a shrine to the golfer to a home for people venting their disgust and disappointment in the comments section.
RadarOnline.com was first to report that Tiger's public relations strategy was so inept fans were bashing him on his own site. Just as bad, embarrassing comments about his personal life, including Tiger calling himself and wife Elin "boring," were left long after the scandal unfolded.
Now it appears Team Tiger has read and reacted to RadarOnline.com's exclusive report.
Visitors to the site no longer are allowed to leave comments, effectively ending the debate between Tiger worshippers and haters on his own site. Instead, the Dear Tiger part of the site features only questions and answers - and the statements that appear most embarrassing in retrospect have been removed.
Instead, you are left with an idyllic impression of Tiger and married life. One fan writes: "As a parent, I would just like to thank you for the positive influence you have had on my two boys. They reference your work ethic often, and I am thankful every day that they follow you."
And another fan asks what Tiger and Elin do for the holidays every year. Tiger responds that they spend time with family and friends and expounds on how great it is.
The now-eradicated comments section had turned into a forum for fans to express their disgust at Tiger's behavior. Some of the comments, previously reported by RadarOnline.com and now scrubbed from the site include:
What a phony!!! Anything you say from now on will make me puke. You don't deserve the family you have brought so much pain and suffering to.
"Tiger this website is a joke - we now know that the image you put forward here is not who you really are.
"OMG!! What a phoney!! I bet this has gone on for years."