For the first time since his sex scandal broke in November, Tiger Woods will play professional golf this week, and he has picked the game's premiere tournament as his stage. Woods arrived in Augusta, Ga., over the weekend to prepare for the Masters and schedule a news conference for 2 p.m. today. Tournament officials have limited access to one reporter for each news organization.
With the exception of his televised public apology in February and two interviews with the Golf Channel and ESPN, Woods has kept a low profile since the car accident that started his public, downward spiral. Woods has reportedly brought 90 bodyguards with him to Augusta, under strict instructions to keep any former mistresses away.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.