Tiger Woods Prepares to Face the Tough Questions
April 5, 2010 by Post Team
Tiger Woods Prepares to Face the Tough Questions:Tiger Woods will face dozens of reporters on Monday in his first news conference since his car accident November 27 sparked a devastating sexual scandal.
Officials at Augusta National, Georgia Golf Course, where Woods will play the Masters later this week, telling people who have received “hundreds” of press requests, but are allowing about 75 members of the media to attend.
Woods, 34 years, mostly silent since the revelations that he had multiple affairs. He made a public apology on 19 February in the presence of his family, friends and members selected by hand from the media. In March, he gave two television interviews in the house five minutes from the golf club from his home in Isleworth to journalists of their choice.
But these public appearances were less tightly controlled circumstances. This press conference is not on grass Woods, but in a press room at Augusta National. And Woods did not participate in the selection of journalists who can attend. No questions are off limits.
Despite his nerves, Woods’s friends say that the player is waiting to get the press conference behind him and return to play golf. “It was the most difficult moment of his life,” says a source close to Woods. “He’s been fighting for her marriage, career, everything.”
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