Woods says sorry

PONTE VEDRA BEACH: An emotional Tiger Woods apologised for his “irresponsible and selfish behaviour” on Friday as the golf superstar broke his silence on the sex scandal that engulfed him last year. In a brutally honest self-assessment which was broadcast live across every major network in the United States, the 34-year-old confirmed he had been in rehab for 45 days where he was reportedly seeking treatment for sex addiction. Repeatedly apologising to family, friends and fans, Woods gave no clue as to when he might return to professional golf, saying only that it would be “one day” and that it might possibly be this year. “I want to say to each of you simply and directly: I am deeply sorry for my irresponsible and selfish behaviour I engaged in,” Woods told friends and journalists at the USPGA Tour Headquarters.