Finishing 14 shots back and in a tie for 46th place at the AT&T National tournament this past weekend, Tiger Woods is clearly not playing his best golf.
There's a reason for that, and the legend took a rare moment to disclose his feelings to the press. What did we get from the famously private star?
That he's "frustrated."
Understandably so. His golf comeback has netted some decent rounds, but no titles, and a big part of that can be traced to his imminent divorce.
Various Tiger Woods divorce reports have fueled speculation, as the disgraced golfer's breakup is all but official, and he was having a rough week.
He offered this cryptic comment at a news conference after a bad round: "Outside the ropes there are certainly still distractions. It is what it is."
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Sources say Elin Woods will be bound by a confidentiality agreement as part of the divorce, while Woods can't bring any girlfriends around their kids.
The two will share legal custody of their two children, although Elin will have primary physical custody as she works out visitation schedules with Tiger.
She is set to receive a $100 million settlement as well.
Woods didn't offer any comment on the proceedings after the AT&T National, though he did acknowledge his desire to put his mistakes behind him.
"You're not always going to go through life perfect. No one does," he said. "When you make a mistake, step up to the plate and take ownership of it."
"I think everyone has had distractions in their lives [but] I think that my life out here on tour is becoming more normalized," he told the media.