In Tiger Woods' first interview in four months, the golfer told ESPN, "I've done some pretty bad things in my life." (For a full transcript, click here.) In another interview on the Golf Channel, he added, "I tried to stop and couldn't stop," and said he became "disgusted" with himself as he carried on affair after affair. He dodged a question about exactly how many affairs he had, saying "one is enough." ESPN's Tom Rinaldi asked why he married wife Elin Nordegren. "Why? 'Cause I loved her. I loved Elin with everything I have. And that's something that makes me feel even worse. That I did this to someone I loved that much," Woods said. He added that he missed the "guidance" of his deceased father. Woods said he will continue receiving therapy and will return to golf next month at the Masters.