Professional golfer Tiger Woods will make a statement to a small group of friends, colleagues and associates Friday (Feb. 17) at the PGA tour headquarters, his agent announced in a news release.
The number of spots available to the media will be limited. Woods is expected to “discuss his past and his future, and he plans to apologize for his behavior,” his agent Mark Steinberg told numerous media outlets.
Also, no one will be allowed to ask him questions.
This will be the first time Woods will speak publicly since that infamous car crash in November that lead to allegations of multiple affairs.