The news from the AP:
Tiger Woods will return to therapy after he ends a three-month silence and speaks about his infidelity and his future plans.
Golf's biggest star on Friday will address the shocking and sordid sex scandal that has consumed his life since late November then will return to the clinic where he has been undergoing therapy, according to a letter from PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem obtained by The Associated Press.
Finchem's letter to the PGA Tour policy board and other officials explained why Woods chose Friday to make his first public comments, which are to be televised live by the major networks.
"As we understand it, Tiger's therapy called for a week's break at this time during which he has spent a few days with his children and then will make his statement before returning," Finchem said in the letter Thursday. "Accordingly, there was very little flexibility in the date for the announcement."
The letter shed no light on whether Woods plans to return to the tour anytime soon.
Golf's biggest star is to make his first public appearance since he ran his SUV over a fire hydrant and into a tree outside his Florida home on Nov. 27 and sent him into hiding.
Against that backdrop, then, Woods is slated to make his first public comments later this morning. What will he say? We really have no idea, but like a lot of folks we are morbidly curious. We're really not sure if we should care or not, but we do. We're not really sure if everything should be public, but it is. It's a story unlike any other, and we'll be checking in on it later to see if we can make any sense of it all.