Tiger Woods has been having a rough year in his athletic abilities and one of his family members had something to say about it.
On Friday, CBS Sports posted the details from Woods' niece Cheyenne who said that it's painful to see her uncle going through this difficult time with low rounds at tournaments. But she is hopeful and confident that the golfer will eventually get back on his feet.
"It's difficult to watch Tiger struggle, but I don't think there's any doubt he'll get back where he was winning again," Cheyenne told Golf Channel. "Tiger works harder than anyone I've ever met. So I don't think there's any doubt he'll be back."
Professional golfer Mark O'Meara also opened up on Woods' struggle, which consisted of dropping out of the top 200 in the world after the U.S. Open, according to Golf Digest. Whatever the golf star may be going through, whether it's from his breakup with skier Lindsey Vonn or something else, O'Meara made it clear that he can only help someone who is willing to ask for it.
"I can only push the envelope so far [in reaching out]. You can't help somebody unless they ask," he said. "I love the kid. I love and respect him, and he's made a big difference in my life. I might not have won those majors at 41 without him around. When you play against him, he elevates your game."