NEW YORK (AP) — A longtime journalist’s “inside account” of Tiger Woods is being published in June.
Atria Books announced Thursday that Robert Lusetich’s “Unplayable: An Inside Account of Tiger’s Most Tumultuous Season” will tell “how golf’s greatest and most famous player built a public persona at odds with his private life.”
Lusetich is a senior columnist for FoxSports.com who reported on Woods throughout 2009. His book is scheduled to come one month after another biography about the golfer. That book is being written by People magazine’s Steve Helling. It’s called simply “Tiger Woods” and promises a “never-before-seen portrait.”
Atria is an imprint of Simon & Schuster.