It has been three months since Tiger Woods' mistresses came forward and exposed his serial infidelity. Woods' has been shirking the spotlight since, spending his time sailing and in supposedly in sex rehab.
The PGA announced today that Tiger is breaking his silence. On Friday, February 19th, at 11 a.m. EST, Tiger will issue a prepared statement at a PGA press conference. Woods will not be taking questions. There is speculation that Woods will make his career aspirations clear since he has been on leave from work in the wake of his personal life.
Earlier this year, U.S. Open champion Geoff Ogilvy expressed his desire for Tiger's return to golf.
Ogilvy predicted in January the potential madness involved in Tiger's first post sex scandal press conference by saying "The first press conference he does is going to be the crazy one, isn't it?...A lot people who have been afraid to ask questions for the past 10 or 12 years won't be quite as hesitant to ask questions as they used to be. And he's going to have to answer questions."
Ogilvy also admitted that golfing with Tiger as competition only adds to the glory of winning and how much Tiger will be missed if he chooses to leave golf entirely. Ogilvy said: "It's not a hollow victory when you win when he is not there...But it's a lot better when you win when he is there."