The New York Post has been known to create some attention-grabbing headlines over time. They've also been known to have an infatuation with Tiger Woods.
So, with Woods winning for the first time since 2009 on Sunday, it only made sense that the Post would make Woods a focal point.
Woods' win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational — his first since the BMW Championship in September of 2009 — earned him the front page on Monday morning's Post. Naturally, the Post decided to make it personal, as the cover not only mentioned the win, but a not-so-subtle reminder of Woods' highly publicized sex scandal which marked the beginning of his two-year slide.
When the news of that scandal broke, the Post covered it extensively. In fact, Woods made the front page of the Post an unheard of 20 consecutive days at the height of the story, which was actually more consecutive days on the front page than the coverage devoted to 9/11.
See Monday's cover below courtesy of Newseum.