Trying to come back from marital problems and numerous allegations of infidelity, Tiger Woods plans to speak publicly Friday, offer an apology and discuss his future.
"While Tiger feels that what happened is fundamentally a matter between he and his wife, he also recognizes that he has hurt and let down a lot of other people who were close to him. He also let down his fans," Mark Steinberg, Woods' agent, said in a statement. "He wants to begin the process of making amends and that's what he's going to discuss."
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Steinberg said Woods will speak to a small group of friends, colleagues, reporters and close associates at the PGA Tour's headquarters in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. The 34-year-old does not intend to answer questions.
"Tiger plans to discuss his past and his future and he plans to apologize for his behavior," Steinberg said.
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Woods was linked to to several women, including Rachel Uchitel, after his Thanksgiving holiday car accident. He later released a statement on his website saying that he regrets his "transgressions."
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