A solemn Tiger Woods made his first public appearance today since news of his marital infidelities became public last November.
He read from a prepared statement, apologizing for his selfish behavior.
"The issue involved here was my repeated irresponsible behavior. I was unfaithful. I had affairs. I cheated. What I did is not acceptable, and I am the only person to blame," Woods said about his string of affairs that became public after a Thanksgiving weekend car crash. The golfer said he is in the middle of rehab treatment, and plans to return to treatment on Saturday. He said that today's statement was the beginning of a long healing process.
On today's Conversation , ABC's Diane Sawyer talks with ESPN's Rick Reilly about Woods' statement and what it all meant. Reilly, who has known Woods since his high school golf days, says he has never seen Woods quite like this. The two break down Woods' remarks and talk about when Tiger might go back to the game of golf and discuss how his relationship with his mother played a role in today's press conference.
All this and more in today's Conversation