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Will Tiger Woods Make His Golf Return in Miami? We'll Find Out Friday

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Tiger Woods, that famous golfer you might have heard got caught having sex with many, many women who weren't his wife, will hold his first press conference Friday morning since the affairs came to light. He'll talk to a small gathering of reporters in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida at 11 a.m.

"Tiger plans to discuss his past and his future and he plans to apologize for his behavior," Mark Steinberg, Woods' long time agent, told Reuters.

Some are speculating that he'll officially announce his return to golf, after taking a break to resolve his personal matters. Though, Retuters reports that he and his wife, Elin Nordegren, are believed to be living apart.

Some rumors say that Tiger may make his return at the WGC-CA Championship held from March 11 to 14 on the greens of the Doral Golf Resort & Spa. Though, others think he may delay his comeback until the US Nationals in April.

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