By peoplestaff225
March 02, 2009 12:00 PM

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In a recent interview with Golf magazine, single dad Darren Clarke says that 2 ½-years after losing his wife Heather Clarke to breast cancer he still struggles with feelings of anger. “You know, Why Heather? Why? Why? Why?” he asks. “There are no answers to that.” There’s also no indication that life will ever return to “normal” for the 40-year-old professional golfer and his two sons Tyrone, 10, and Conor, 7. “It can’t be normal when you haven’t got the mother of your kids and my wife at home,” he notes. Owning up to some “dark moments” and admitting that things have been “difficult” for him personally, Darren says that “it has been even harder for the boys.”

Fortunately, Darren has help in the form of Eddie and Alice, a Czech couple who have been with the Clarkes for more than a decade. “They live in the annex of the house and have known the boys since they were babies,” Darren explains. “Without them and my family I couldn’t do what I’m doing.” With the start of the new year Darren says that things have finally returned to an “even keel” for both him and the boys, whom he is trying to shape into proper young men who will “see the bigger picture” in life. Adds Darren,

Source: Golf

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