Feb. 18, 2010 -- All eyes will be on Tiger Woods Friday, as he plans to face the cameras for the first time in months and publicly apologize for his extramarital affairs. He'll make a statement to a group of close friends and reporters at PGA Tour headquarters, though he will not take questions from the press.
Woods' infidelity burst into the public eye in November, when rumors of marital problems escalated after a sport utility vehicle accident. Numerous women stepped forward alleging affairs with the world's best golfer.
As Woods readies his statement, many are wondering about the state of his marriage. His wife, Elin Nordegren, reportedly met with him Wednesday, but will his public apology be enough to save their relationship? Nordegren has been living in a rented house and has been spotted without her wedding ring, though there are reports that the couple has been in counseling.
Experts say that how Nordegren responds publicly will have a big impact on Woods' ability to rehabilitate his image. Our question to you today: Should Tiger Woods' wife, Elin Nordegren, attend Friday's new conference?