Tiger wants control of story

Updated: February 19, 2010, 2:14 AM ET
Associated Press

NEW YORK -- The ritual celebrity apology: We've seen it time and again, from Kanye West to Mark Sanford to John Edwards to Mel Gibson to Mark McGwire. And now it's Tiger Woods' turn.

Only this time there will be no Oprah, no Leno, no "Nightline" -- no inquisitor at all, just a single camera, some unidentified friends and a handful of reporters, unable to ask questions. Woods is gambling that his words and charisma can achieve the public redemption that he sorely needs.

"The whole world ...

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