JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - First came photos of Tiger Woods jogging. Far more compelling will be the sound of his voice.
Woods has not been heard since a magazine released a voicemail that he allegedly left one of the women to whom he has been romantically linked, pleading with her to remove his number from her cell phone.
That changes Friday when Woods makes his first public appearance since crashing his car into a tree outside his Florida home Nov. 27, sparking sordid revelations of infidelity.
The big question is what will he say? The topic is intriguing Americans - Woods is now the dominant topic on Twitter.
Almost as intriguing is which "friends, colleagues and close associates" will be in the Sunset Room on the second floor of the Mediterranean-style clubhouse at the TPC Sawgrass.
ABC News will air a brief special report Friday at approximately 11 a.m. KTRE.com will live stream the broadcast.