Tiger Woods, who was snapped shirtless and pumping iron, was featured on the February issue of Vanity Fair cover.
The shot, which is never-before seen photos by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz, was taken before scandal. The photos also show the vulnerable side of the golfer.
The magazine also featured an essay, which was made by Pulitzer Prize winner Buzz Bissinger. The essay somehow explores the 33-year-old golfer’s fall from grace as well as summarizes his psyche. The lines include: “[Tiger] delude himself into thinking he could be untouchable,” as well as [Tiger is] the bionic man who hit a fire hydrant.