He's been out of the spotlight for nearly three months. On Friday, disgraced golfer Tiger Woods will come forward and make a public statement.
Tiger's agent, Mark Steinberg, announced today that the golf star will speak publicly for the first time since November 27 (when he crashed his SUV into a tree outside his home). Following that crash, more than a dozen women have come forward claiming to have had sexual encounters with Woods.
In a statement, Steinberg said, "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. He wants to begin the process of making amends and that's what he's going to discuss."
Steinberg added, "This is not a press conference." Woods will speak in front of a gathering of a "small group of friends, colleagues and close associates" -- and press handpicked by the Golf Writers Association of America. It appears as though he will not take questions.