Woods Apologizes To School Parents
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- An Orlando television station says Tiger Woods has offered another apology, this one to parents of children at the preschool that his 2-year-old daughter attends.
According to wftv.com, Woods and his wife have offered a personal apology to Premier Academy parents for any inconvenience caused by increased media scrutiny.
Woods says in the letter he hopes the paparazzi will find something better to do with their time. He says he hopes to keep life as normal as possible for their two children.
It did not say when the letter was sent. Woods spoke publicly Friday for the first time in three months.