London, Apr 10 (ANI): Grieving Jack Tweed tried to get his life back on track by playing golf after visiting late wife Jade Goody's grave.
Tweed, 21, started upbeat but the grieve, it seems, made it hard for him to play as he consistently missed easy shots on the nine-hole course in Epping, Essex.
However, he later refused to play and sat watching.
"He wanted to play golf to take his mind off things," the Sun quoted a friend as saying.
"He has the court case coming up and he's still a mess over burying his new bride," the friend added.
Tweed faces a return to prison when he will be sentenced for assaulting cabbie Stephen Wilkins last May. (ANI)