Will the Tiger Woods Mulligan Work?

By David Schoetz

Feb 17, 2010 11:50pm

As Chris Connelly reported in tonight's lead segment and as blogged about earlier this afternoon, Tiger Woods will speak publicly for the first time Friday since his personal life erupted and he left professional golf.  According to his agent, Woods will deliver a prepared statement at PGA Tour headquarters in Florida to a group of "friends, colleagues and close associates." He is expected to apologize for his mistakes and provide a glimpse of his future. Woods will take no questions. So tonight, we ask: Do you think it is even possible for Tiger Woods to fix his broken image? If so, is Friday's statement, however controlled it may be, the right first step?  Tell us what you think.——————– UPDATE: Embedded below is last night's segment. Can't help but notice a sense of "who cares" from some and disgust in Woods from others.  

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