As we close in on the one year anniversary of Tiger Woods' crash heard 'round the world, Woods has decided to remind us all what happened and how much he's changed. Not once, but twice. First in an Op-Ed piece for Newsweek and again during a phone interview with ESPN's Mike and Mike in the Morning.

After a full page article and a 30 minute fielding of questions, Woods somehow managed to say nothing at all. No surprise there, as questions related to his car crash and divorce were off limits for the radio interview - not that Mike or Mike would have dug enough to even try to get anything answered anyway.

Rather than leave a bunch of blank space to show what Tiger said, here's a short recap:

"I'm better because of what happened to me. I hurt the ones I love. I'm focused solely on becoming a better man and father. I'm so gracious for the fans for their support.. blah, blah, blah, blah, blah."

Thanks, Tiger. For nothing. By resurfacing everything that happened, you simply failed to let US let it be and focus completely on your golf game. Instead, you were successful in getting us all talking about your downfall, rather than your rise back to consistently great golf play.

Silence is golden... you used to know that. Play golf, don't waste our time on Twitter, and we'll all be better off.

Just do it.