In an interview with Charlie Rose that aired on October 20th, Tiger Woods said he would be ready to come back this December. After withdrawing from the Safeway Open and disappointing millions of golf fans, Tiger said that what's standing between that moment and his comeback is "more hard work".
In the interview, Tiger also addressed family life and an odd detail from his past: his biggest regret, which he said was not spending another year at Stanford. At age 40, Tiger confesses really missing the game and "beating those guys".
Listen to the Tiger himself talk about his comeback, the influence of his parents, public humiliation and more in this fragment of the interview, his first one with Rose.