Two days after his divorce, Tiger Woods says he feels more sadness than relief.
Woods and his wife officially divorced Monday, nine months after he was exposed for having numerous extramarital affairs. Woods returned to golf Wednesday at The Barclays, the same day People
magazine released an interview with his ex-wife, Elin Nordegren.
The world's No. 1 player says his golf is secondary, and that he's trying to get their two children used to their parents being divorced.
Woods says it's a sad time in his life because "you don't ever go into a marriage looking to get divorced."
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