In his first public appearance since he was granted sole custody of his two sons with Britney Spears, Kevin Federline hit the golf course Tuesday.
His take on life these days?
"Been having a good summer, I can't complain," said K-Fed, who says lately he's been content balancing career and parenting.
"I've worked here and there a little bit," he said. "Definitely staying at home with the family. [Jayden James and Sean Preston] are doing good."
He was tight-lipped, however, when it came to Britney Spears. An agreement July 18 ended the two-year case, with Federline retaining custody of the boys, and his child support being bumped up to $20,000 from $15,000.
"I'm not here to talk about that," he told People.
Federline, who played the Trump National Golf Club course with a friend, wore baggy shorts and sneakers, smoked cigarettes on and off the golf course, drank iced coffee, and drove his own golf cart.
He took practice shots on the driving range before the game, but both of his shots on the Hole in One competition missed.
"I tried to warm up before I got here, but..." Federline said. "It's going to be one of those up-and-down days. We'll have to see how it goes."
He also said that Sean Preston and Jayden James know when their father is at play. "They know when daddy's golfing," he said.
Federline was mum about his future work plans. His last rap CD, Playing with Fire, came out in 2006. The musician said he's still a hip-hop fan.
"I don't know, I'm going to make everybody wait on that," Federline said. "I'm not revealing any work strategy right now."