31-year-old stay-at-home mom Cori Rist became the latest of Tiger Woods' other women to appear on national TV and offer her apologies to the golf legend. “I’m deeply sorry... I hate that someone has to suffer the consequences of my actions," Cori, who dated Tiger for six months after meeting a Manhattan nightclub in 2006, told the Today Show this morning. "I wish I could take it back. This is one of those situations where I'm learning from my mistakes.”
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Cori explained that the turning point in her affair with Tiger — who had been telling her that "his marriage was on the rocks" and "things were not good at home" — came when she saw a photo of his wife Elin and their newborn child. "I felt guilty," she confessed. "I realized I didn't want to be a part of this anymore."