Tiger Woods didn't have to go far from home to have an affair.

As Woods continues to prepare for the Masters tournament, his neighbor's daughter has come forward to say she had sex with the superstar golfer on a couch near where a crib for one of his kids had been placed, The National Enquirer reported Wednesday.

Raychel Coudriet, now 22, met Woods for the first time when she was just 14 and later had a one-night stand with him, the newspaper reported.

The supermarket tabloid claimed the sexual encounter left Coudriet "shaken and humiliated" when it took place last year on a couch in his office just a mile from his Florida home.

Coudriet went into a rage when it was revealed over the past few months that Woods bedded other women, the newspaper reported.

Furious, she cornered Tiger last month while she was home for spring break.

"I feel extremely violated by what you did to me!" Coudriet, a college student, reportedly told Woods.

"Sorry about that," responded Tiger, who recently attended a sex rehab clinic in an effort to mend his marriage.

Woods had apparently had his eye on the girl for some time, according to the newspaper. He invited her to play golf and even made a crude joke about her "cleaning his golf balls," a source told The Enquirer . They later reportedly exchanged text messages.

Woods is a famously dirty texter, according to messages released over the past months by alleged former mistresses.

He reportedly began making out with Coudriet inside his SUV Escalade -- the same car he would crash in his driveway on Thanksgiving weekend when his life became unraveled -- just yards from his home in Isleworth, Fla. He then took the girl to his office so they could have some privacy.

"The two of them had sex on a couch for hours -- right next to a crib for Tiger's children," added the source. "The crib made Raychel feel guilty -- that she was having sex with a married man with children. But she was smitten."

The girl reportedly told friends that Woods did not use a condom and that the sex was "mechanical and unemotional."