It looks like the much anticipated Tiger Woods return will take place very shortly as he plans to defend his title at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.
Woods who last year dramatically won this tournament by one stroke on the 18th hole has been keeping a low profile since talking at a 14 minute press conference on February 19 where he not only admitted to cheating on his wife Elin Nordegren but also talked about taking an indefinite leave from golf while undergoing sex therapy.
Ever since that eventful November night when Woods got into a mysterious car accident golf fans from around the world have been speculating when this six time winner of the Arnold Palmer Invitational will be returning to the links.
Shortly after that accident which triggered numerous rumors Woods admitted to infidelity and has been busy getting therapy and trying to patch things up with his wife and two kids.
On Thursday it was rumored that Woods will in fact be back in two weeks. The speculation which came out of the New York Post went on to add that Ari Fleischer who used to be the press secretary for President George W. Bush is advising him on the smoothest transition of returning to the public.
Smoothest transition in terms of dealing with the media and all the questions he will face about his various affairs.
It’s not a huge surprise that Woods is coming back at that time afterall he is the defending Arnold Palmer Invitational champion.