Golf superstar Tiger Woods will make his first public statement on Friday since his numerous infidelities were blasted throughout the media, but his wife Elin Nordegren will not be there.
Nordegren refused to answer questions as she dropped her kids off at school, but at least one report says she will not be by Woods' side during the highly anticipated press conference.
Woods' agent, Mark Steinberg, announced Wednesday that the golf pro would be speaking to a small group of friends, colleagues and close associates at 11am EST Friday. He plans to discuss his past, future and apologize for his behavior.
The statement is set to take place on day three of the Accenture Match Play, and fellow golfer Erine Els is not happy about it. "It's selfish... you can write that. Mondays are a good day to make statements, not Friday. This takes a lot away from the golf tournament," Els told GolfWeek.com. "I feel sorry for the sponsor."
Accenture was one of the first sponsors to drop Woods after he admitted to cheating on his wife.