Tiger Woods Announces He Will Give Public Apology February 19, 2010

Woods will appear Friday in the clubhouse at the TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., home of the PGA Tour.

The event is being limited to a small number of wire service and golf reporters, and only one television camera will be in the room, which will provide live coverage via satellite. Woods will not be taking questions.

Woods agent Mark Steinberg described the gathering as a "small group of friends, colleagues and close associates" who will listen to Woods apologize as he talks about the past and what he plans to do next.

Tiger can run, but he's done hiding.

Tiger Woods' camp broke a nearly three-month silence yesterday to say he will finally emerge from his secluded den tomorrow to publicly apologize for his rampant philandering and announce his imminent return to golf.

But in a clear-cut message that this Tiger isn't changing his "control-freak" stripes, Woods, 34, is stubbornly refusing to take any questions about his horn-dogging from the few handpicked reporters he is allowing to attend his appearance at PGA Tour headquarters in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.