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Woods says no domestic violence in marriage


FLORIDA (WAOW) -- In a prepared statement, Tiger Woods apologized for his "selfish behavior," Friday morning.

At Florida's TPC Sawgrass, home of the PGA Tour, Woods addressed a small group of friends, colleagues and close associates.

Woods admitted to having affairs and cheating on his wife, Elin, who was not present at the speech. During the speech, Tiger said there had never been any domestic abuse in his marriage.

Woods says he has undergone 45 days of treatment and hopes to return to golf "one day".

For a recap of today's speech, stay tuned to Newsline 9 @ 5!

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