Tiger Woods is scheduled to hold his first press conference in nearly five months at 2 p.m. on Monday, April 5, according to a tentative interview schedule that Augusta National released Wednesday. Woods will speak before he plays in the Masters.
It will be his first press conference in nearly five months, and his first time facing a room full of reporters since he crashed his SUV into a tree on Nov. 27, setting off shocking revelations of rampant infidelity, The Associated Press reported.
The American world number one has not competed since his victory at the Australian Masters on November 15, following his stunning fall from grace amid tawdry revelations about his extra-marital affairs.
Four-times Masters winner Woods, who gave two brief television interviews on Sunday, is the only player scheduled to hold a news conference at Augusta that day, according to a schedule released by tournament officials. The Masters runs from April 8-11, Reuters informs.
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