For the first time since his “mild infidelity” became somewhat public knowledge, alleged golfer and noted lothario Tiger Woods is holding a press conference this Friday to explain his actions.
In the spirit of full disclosure, Woods will appear in public for the first time in nearly three months at the PGA headquarters in a heavily guarded room, in front of a group of handpicked reporters that will not be allowed to ask any questions.
Oh, and so help you God if you look him directly in the eye!
It’s also interesting to note that Woods is making his apology during the second round of the Accenture match-play tournament. For those of you who don’t remember, Accenture fired Woods as their lead spokesman shortly after the scandal broke.
Coincidence? Top European golfer Ernie Else doesn’t think so.
“It's selfish. You can write that. I feel sorry for the sponsor. Mondays are a good day to make statements, not Friday. This takes a lot away from the golf tournament,” Else told reporters.
It appears as if the Tiger repentance hour is off to a bit of a rocky start.
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