Tiger Woods – Remorseful and Retired?
March 11, 2010 § 1 Comment
Tiger Woods will return in two weeks and play in the Arnold Palmer Invitational starting March 25. Woods has hired former presidential advisor Ari Fleischer, who now runs a sports communications firm, to help him with a strategy to make his entrance back on the PGA Tour.
Fleischer, who worked for George W. Bush, had Mark McGwire as a client.
Palmer also has been telling people close to him that Woods would be playing in his tournament.
Mark O’Meara, a close friend of Woods’ told the Golf Channel that he “wouldn’t be surprised” to see Woods in the March 22-23 Tavistock Cup. That event will played at Woods’ home course of Isleworth.
“It’s been a rough road the last three or four months in Tiger’s life and his family’s life,” O’Meara said. “It’s a very difficult situation. Golf is what Tiger does, and possibly part of the healing process is to get back at it.”