Woods’ image rehab tees off today at Augusta

When the clock strikes 2 p.m. today inside the Augusta National interview room, it will mark perhaps the most fascinating moment at a major golf tournament that doesn’t involve a golf shot being struck.

That is when, for the first time since his world crumbled in a sex scandal and self-imposed exile, Tiger Woods will sit before reporters, presumably look people in the eyes — and answer questions.

Or at least some questions.

The press conference comes 45 days after Woods’ bizarre non-press conference in Ponte Vedra, Fla., where he rambled in an ill-advised, uncomfortable-to-watch 131⁄2-minute attempt at damage control before friends, family and one television camera.

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