In a Thursday interview on ESPN Radio's "Mike and Mike in the Morning," Tiger Woods discussed how his life has changed since the car accident and the unraveling of the sex scandal which took place one year ago.
"[I'm] just more clear, more clear about my perspective, who I am, where I want to go," Woods said. "It's amazing how much better I feel internally each and every day."
Woods went on to say that he wasn't happy with who he was over the last two years.
In an op-ed piece in Newsweek that Woods wrote on Wednesday titled "How I've Redefined Victory," he explained that he enjoys spending more time with his kids and that he is appreciating things he used to overlook. The piece ended with the line: "I'm not the same man I was a year ago. And that's a good thing."
After the interview, Woods tweeted, "The best part about phone interviews is getting to wear shorts."
You can listen to the entire interview here.
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