Tiger Woods talks fatherhood, golf on 'Good Morning America'
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Tiger Woods spoke out about how his life has changed since the cheating scandal that brought about the end of his marriage.
The golf star spoke with Robin Roberts on "Good Morning America" about how he has grown as a father.
Woods said he is more present when spending time with his kids and that he feels more connected to them. When asked about balancing his career and being a single dad, Woods replied, "It's work, there's no doubt, it's work. It's tough but enjoyable."
Woods also said it's frustrating that he hasn't been playing professional golf as well as he used to, but he is confident he will improve.
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