When Tiger Woods speaks regarding his sex scandal, the world listens. CBS aired two interviews Sunday, the first ever sit down interview with Kelly Tighman, sports reporter who has a 14 year long working relationship with the golfer, in the the wake of Woods' infidelity confessions. Woods was best described as "humbled" and "obviously a different guy in many ways." Woods maintained during the interview that he was "living a lie" and largely responsible for the heartache he caused his wife, his family, and his mistresses.
Different he was. With each day that passes for the golf pro, more of his mistresses go public with the tawdry details of Woods' illicit behavior. Most recently, former porn star turned Woods' mistress Joclyn James set up a website revealing numerous texts the golfer sent her.
Woods maintained that his days as an adulterer are over. Woods confessed to Tighman: "I did it. I'm the one who did those things. And, looking back on it now with a more clear head, I get it. I can understand why people would (mock and criticize him) because, you know what? It was disgusting behavior, and it's hard to believe that was me, looking back on it now."
Though Woods may be worn down by life and his mistakes, he's obviously ready for his return to golf. The only fire that Woods presented during the interview was in relation to golf. Woods is scheduled to be back on the green next month at the Masters.