Tiger Woods: Seeks apology from parents at daughter's school
Tiger Woods and his wife Elin Nordegren have reportedly written a letter to the parents of children at their daughter Sam's preschool thereby apologizing for the media attention since the golf star's sex scandal erupted last year.
Details about news on Tiger Woods have been inferred from quite a number of sources. According to official source the letter reads, "We would like to share our appreciation for your support over the past several months and offer our personal apology for any inconvenience you are experiencing due to the increased media scrutiny surrounding our children.”
When approached by the reporters the school had refused to verify letter’s legitimacy.
Woods and Nordegren said that they are trying to "keep life as normal as possible" for their two year old daughter, Sam, who is two year and also for son Charlie who is only one year old.
The letter concludes, "For Sam, that normalcy means attending the school that she enjoys so much.”
This latest apology comes only days after Woods's admission of guilt to the world, when he admitted on live television that he had cheated his wife and was solely to be blame.