Tiger Woods has had one hell of a year. Between getting caught with multiple mistresses, his upcoming divorce and sucking at golf, he admits he's feeling very "frustrated."
On Thursday Tiger played at the AT&T National, the same company that pulled the plug on their endorsement after his mistress scandal, and he played so bad, he can't even understand what's going on.
"I just putted awful, really," he said after the first round of the tournament, which takes place in the Philadelphia suburbs, reports People magazine. "It was a very frustrating day on the greens, especially how good I was driving it."
Obviously his personal life and his massive divorce settlement is the reason he can't focus.
"Outside the ropes there are certainly still distractions. It is what it is," he said at a news conference Wednesday. "I think everyone has had distractions in their lives [but] I think that my life out here on tour is becoming more normalized."
So what's his strategy to getting his life back on track? "When you make a mistake," he said, "step up to the plate and take ownership of it."
Unfortunately for Tiger, that wasn't enough. He needs to hire a big shot PR company to help him do some damage control--that's if he can afford it after Elin cleans him out.