Well we haven't heard much from the golf great Tiger Woods after his recent surgery.  Quite frankly, he hasn't been much on the map since... well you know... His ex used his golf club on him, after finding out about Tiger's uh.. Extramarital "hobby."

Who knew he had a blog...

In it an interesting story about his son, whom we've heard so little about. 

He tells an anecdote about almost losing a putting contest to his five-year-old son while on vacation in the Bahamas. He refuses to let his kids win:

"I have my greens running about 13 on the Stimpmeter every day, so your feel has to be a little better. When we were in the Bahamas, the greens were much slower and he almost beat me. If Sam and Charlie beat me, they're going to earn it. That's how Pop was with me, and I think that's how it should be."

So it brings up an interesting discussion...  Some feel letting them (our kids) win once in a while developes insentive to win.  Once they get that feeling, they drive harder to feel it again and again.  While others suggest, it's better to push them to try their hardest.  Letting them win makes them lazy!

What do you think?  He do we encourage our kids to be their best?  To be.. Champions?  What works for you? Comment here and we may share your comment on the air!  :)