Cori Rist, a New York woman who has been linked to Tiger Woods, appeared on the "Today" show this morning and revealed new details about her alleged affair with the golfer. Rist claims that her physical relationship with Woods lasted six months, but their friendship lasted two-and-a-half years, during which time Woods still "pursued" her. Asked to compare herself with the other women rumored to have slept with Woods, Rist said "I'm not like most of these girls," but also added that she was "not judging them."
Rist teared up when discussing how her connection to Woods has affected her son. She expressed remorse for her actions, saying she is "very ashamed" of the affair. Speaking about Woods' wife, Elin Nordegren, Rist said, "I can't imagine the pain she is feeling right now.... I was being selfish." She also took a shot at Woods, telling "Today" that "he has a way to make you believe that he's a very honest and good man.... I don't think he's an honest man."
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