Elin, Tiger Speak on Divorce Day

After nine months of silence, Elin Nordegren is going public. In an interview that stretched over four days, Nordegren talks about Tiger's string of affairs, reports CBS News correspondent Kelly Cobiella.

Elin: "I've Been Through Hell"

The night woods crashed his car in front of their home last year, Nordegren says she really was trying to help her husband by smashing in the car window.

As for the rumored $100 million divorce settlement, the former nanny says, "Money can't buy happiness or put my family back together."

Tiger Woods would not say whether he read his ex-wife's interview, but he did explain why his golf game has been so bad.

"It's a sad time and we're going through it right now and as far as my game and practicing, you know, that's -- that's been secondary," the golf star told reporters.

Nordegren thinks she'll forgive Tiger someday, but "forgiveness takes time" she says. "I know he's going to go down as the best golfer that ever lived, and rightfully so."

Despite that, the woman who always met Tiger on the 18th hole has kissed his game good-bye. Nordegren says since this all began she has not watched one minute of golf.

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