Not sure what to think, and I'm not even talking about Tiger.
EA doesn't even stick behind its own games. I recently had to reinstall my Battlefield 2142, and I forgot how much of a complicated mess it is installing the expansion and patches. Install game, update to patch 1.40, install Northern Strike, update to patch 1.40 again, THEN update to patch 1.50. It's been like that for years :-\
Good for EA and good for Tiger! While I don't approve of what he did outside the game, it's what's on the green that matters to me. He didn't build his career on being a good husband, he built his career swinging balls and making holes-in-one (no pun intended).
I don't know why they make such a big deal out of this. Rock stars and movie stars do it all the time and we basically praise them for that. You can even add some alcohol and drug abuse on that, no problems. But when a sports star do it, you can ben sure they'll go down in flames.
Like I said earlier, I don't approve of that kind of behaviour, but don't forget that sports stars often practice their sport since they were kids. They're pushed hard and hardly have a normal childhood. Don't be surprised when they turn 21 with a 15 million dollars contract if they start living for the first time!