AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Tiger Woods' arrival at the Masters was low key, but that's likely to end Monday. He'll be facing reporters' questions for the first time since explosive revelations about his infidelity.
Woods has not been seen in public, except for a televised apology, since his middle-of-the-night car accident Nov. 27 that led to the exposure of much of his private life.
The gates at Augusta National open Monday at 8 a.m., sending some 30,000 people onto the grounds. For Woods, the toughest part of the week might be at 2 p.m. when he holds his first press conference.
Interest is so high that the club has limited seating to one reporter for each news outlet, with only a few exceptions.
Woods has created a huge void of information by being in seclusion and in therapy until he spoke to family and friends Feb. 19 at PGA Tour headquarters in Florida.