Obviously, the periodical went to print way before all the crashing, speculating and past-digging.
The article focuses on how the president should embrace the golf industry due to the game's positive impact on the economy.
Golfing legend Arnold Palmer writes the following as one of the short essays that accompanies the piece:
Guess we'll see how accurate that statement is in the coming weeks/months/years."Woods is a good role model -- not because he would make a good president (he wouldn't and neither would Phil Mickelson or anyone else who has spent his working life traveling between driving ranges on private jets), but because he is such a complete master of his talents and ambitions, and because he has always been able to pull himself together after setbacks that would have ruined the rounds, or even the careers, of lesser players."