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Woods apologizes for Masters actions

Tiger Woods took to cyberspace to deliver a "mea cupla" for his actions on Friday at the Masters, where he lashed out at his clubs, kicking them, en route to shooting a hugely underwhelming 75.

Woods admitted he was in the wrong as he ended up finishing five over for the week, his worst Masters result ever.

"One thing I would like to say about the Masters last week is that obviously I got frustrated at times and know some of my actions were wrong, especially at No. 16," the 14-time major winner said.

"The Masters means a lot to me, and I was trying as hard as I could. I'm out there competing. I grind every day, and my expectations are to do my best. It's very disappointing when that doesn't happen."

"I felt good starting out the week at Augusta. My practice sessions were good and so was my short game. My putting felt very solid, unfortunately I just did not hit the ball well. I fell into some of my old patterns again, which was frustrating."

"You can't play well every week, even though we would like to. Unfortunately, I had a bad ball-striking week at the wrong time."

"The people were so fantastic, nice and supportive. They were trying to get me to play well. Unfortunately, I just couldn't quite get it done. The good news is that my left leg held up great, and I didn't have any problems."

Woods also announced he’d be playing at the Wells Fargo Championship and the Players Championship in May after taking a short break from golf.

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