Lines I do not want to see ever in an article on golf:
“[Tiger]’s still my favorite golfer,” the 6-year-old said. “I don’t care what he did.”
So, thanks for that, David Newton.
Your 6-year-old has no capacity to evaluate this situation. I hope. You should not ask him to evaluate this situation. Because that would involve telling him about it. Which is really not appropriate.
I understand the difficulty here: you may not want your child to grow up idolizing Tiger Woods, simply because Mr. Woods is an excellent golfer, because you think that Mr. Woods is a skeezeball. This is awkward, because the details are not the sort of thing you tell your 6-year-old and, moreover, your 6-year-old has no frame of reference for these details.
My suggestion? Prompt him to like a different, more admirable golfer. Also, don’t let him talk to creepy reporters who ask him questions he should not be able to answer.