A humble Tiger Woods responded Wednesday to the statements made by his ex-wife Elin Nordegren in this week’s People Magazine, where she said she went “through hell” in dealing with the fallout after her ex-husband’s serial-cheating ways were publicly exposed.
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The golfer spoke to reporters at Barclay’s tournament in New Jersey on the same day the extensive interview with his ex-wife hit newsstands, as Nordegren talked about her disappointment about her ex-hubby’s antics that led to the end of their marriage.
“I wish her the best in everything,” he said. “You know, it’s a sad time in our lives. And we’re looking forward to — in our lives and how we can help our kids the best way we possibly can. And that’s the most important thing.”
Woods said he wasn’t necessarily relieved his divorce was made official.
“I don’t think [its relief,] I think it’s just more sadness,” he said. “Because I don’t think you ever — you don’t ever go into a marriage looking to get divorced. That’s the thing. That’s why it is sad.”
Woods admitted his “actions certainly led us to this decision. And I’ve certainly made a lot of errors in my life, and that’s something I’m going to have to live with.”
Nordegren told the magazine of Tiger’s multiple affairs: “I never suspected, not a one … for the last 3½ years, when all this was going on, I was home a lot more with pregnancies, then the children and my school.”
The couple has two children: daughter Sam, 3, and son Charlie, 18 months.