Woods to hold first press conference at Masters


ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Tiger Woods will hold his first press conference in nearly five months on Monday of the Masters.

Augusta National released a tentative interview schedule Wednesday that shows Woods speaking to reporters on April 5. It will be his first time speaking to a room full of reporters since he won the Australian Masters on Nov. 15 in Melbourne.

Twelve days later, Woods crashed his SUV into a tree outside his home, setting off revelations of his extramarital affairs. In his only public appearances since then, he spoke to a small group of mostly supporters on Feb. 19 and gave five-minute interviews to two TV networks.

Woods typically has a press conference on Tuesday of the Masters.