Mar 22, 2010

Tiger Talks Again

Tiger Woods admits he was "living a lie" during a televised interview with ESPN. The first interview since his November car crash and subsequent sex scandal, the golfer admits that he has "done some pretty bad things" in his life and he was "a little nervous" about his upcoming return to professional golf in April. 

Apologizing to his wife Elin and mother Kultida was one of the "low points" for Woods. 

"I've hurt them the most," said Woods. "Those are the two people in my life who I'm closest to - and to say the things that I've done truthfully to them was very painful."

Woods notes that Elin was "hurt. Very hurt. Shocked and angry - and she had every right to be." He confirmed that he sought treatment at a clinic from Dec. 31 through Feb. 11 and he underwent family counseling for a week following his public statement in February. 

"It was really tough to look at yourself in a light you never want to look at yourself," Woods said. "That's pretty brutal."

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