Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee apologized to Tiger Woods Tuesday after insinuating the world's No. 1 player cheated this season.

Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee apologized to Tiger Woods Tuesday after insinuating the world's No. 1 player cheated this season.

Chamblee saved Woods for last in his report card of 14 players in a column posted last week on Golf.com. He told of getting caught cheating on a math test in the fourth grade, and how the teacher crossed a line through his "100" and gave him an "F."

Chamblee followed that anecdote by writing, "I remember when we only talked about Tiger's golf. I miss those days. He won five times and contended in majors and won the Vardon Trophy and ... how shall we say this ... was a little cavalier with the rules." He then gave Woods a "100" with a line through it, followed by the "F."