Nothing more to say. Tiger Woods made no mention of regretting cheating on ex-wife Elin Nordegren in a surprising new interview. So what exactly did the golf star say was his only life regret? We have all the details, here.
Tiger Woods, 40, revealed in a new interview with Charlie Rose, 75, hat he only has one regret in life — and it doesn’t have to do with him cheating on ex-wife, Elin Nordegren, 35. “The only regret I have in life is not spending another year at Stanford University,” the golf champion admitted about leaving college after only two years. “I wish I would’ve had one more year.”
Charlie was as shocked as we are, because he then asked Tiger, “That’s the only regret? Of all the things that happened to you?” The athlete affirmed his original answer, saying, “All the things I’ve been through, yes. They’ve been tough, but they’ve been great for me. But I wish I would’ve gone one more year at Stanford.” Unbelievable.
We’re really surprised that Tiger didn’t mention Elin at all, especially because in another recent interview, he said that he is still “best friends” with her! On Oct. 20, he told Stephen Colbert, 50, that he and Elin “communicate so much better” now that they’re divorced. But still, his bad decisions led to the end of marriage and the splitting up of his family. The fact that he doesn’t regret ANY of that is so shocking!
After the news broke that Tiger was cheating on Elin, the couple divorced in Aug. 2010. In March 2013, he began dating skier Lindsey Vonn, 32. After nearly two years together, and amidst cheating rumors yet again, they split in May 2015.
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