Tiger Woods wants a do-over — to return to college!
In a recent interview with Charlie Rose, the vilified Masters champion was asked if he could go back and change one thing that has happened in his life.
His answer? Leaving Stanford University early!
“The only regret I have in life is not spending another year at Stanford,” said Woods. “I wish I would’ve had one more year.”
A puzzled Rose, who was expecting the answer to be Woods’ destructive and philandering behavior that led to the demise of his marriage to Elin Nordegren, reiterated the question.
“That’s the only regret? Of all the things that happened to you?,” asked Rose.
“All the things I’ve been through, yes. They’ve been tough, but they’ve been great for me,” replied Woods. “But I wish I would’ve gone one more year at Stanford.”
Rose asked how the divorce has affected Tiger’s two children with Nordegren, Sam and Charlie, and if he ever told them he regretted cheating on their mother with numerous women.
“No, no, I haven’t said that,” he admitted. “I’ve said, ‘everybody makes mistakes, and the reason why mommy’s living in her house and daddy’s living in his house is because daddy made mistakes, and it’s okay.”
Woods also referred to his ex-wife as one of his “best friends” during the interview.