Tiger Woods' press conference: Don't expect him to say 'mistresses'

Don't expect Tiger Woods to use the word 'mistress" at his Friday (Feb. 19) press conference.  

Think more along the vague lines of "indiscretions," "mistakes" and "personal failures." Also, don't expect to see Elin Nordegren standing beside Woods all Silda Spitzer-esque. According to Radaronline, Nordegren will not be in attendance.

Insiders say that Tiger's real tale will definitely not be told. Forget details. The somber and repentant pro golfer will probably read a prepared statement that apologizes to his fans, asks for forgiveness, understanding and then announce plans to play in the upcoming Masters.

Tiger's agent, Mark Steinberg tells the New York Daily News that "a small group of friends, colleagues and close associates" -- along with six hand-selected reporters -- will join Woods at 11 a.m. Friday at the TPC Sawgrass Clubhouse in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

Why on earth he's even having the hand-picked reporters there is strange. It must just be for show since  it's already been determined that no questions will be allowed.