Tiger to Take "Time Off" After Losing Masters; Elin Flies Solo
Tiger Woods' comeback didn't exactly go as planned -- and now he may be taking yet another hiatus.
On Sunday, the golfer -- returning to his sport following his adultery scandals -- tied for fourth place in the Masters Tournament.
The crestfallen athlete told CBS News, "I wanted to win this tournament. As the week went along, I kept hitting the ball worse. [My placement] was not very good."
He added on his website of his performance: "Unsuccessful...I didn't get the job done. I felt very uneasy on every shot I hit out there..I was not feeling good."
So what's he doing next? "I'm going to take a little time off and kind of reevaluate things," the 34-year-old said.
Where was Elin Woods during her husband's disappointing Sunday? At an airport in Orlando -- boarding a private jet to an unspecified location, according to photos at RadarOnline. The athlete's wife, 30, appeared to be traveling without her kids Sam, 2, or Charlie, 13 months.