05/11/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Tiger Woods Returning To Arnold Palmer Invitational At Bay Hill: Report

UPDATE: The Associated Press reports that two sources indicate Woods will likely return by the Masters. Click here for more.


Tiger Woods is planning to return to professional golf at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in two weeks, according to the New York Post. A source tells the paper that "I would be shocked if he didn't play the Arnold Palmer." The golfer has recently been working with a swing coach.

The Post also reports that Woods hired former Bush Administration White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer, who has worked for the much-disliked BCS, to rehabilitate his image.

Woods' image certainly needs rehabilitation. His public apology was rejected by multiple alleged mistresses. Just yesterday, three women who claim to have slept with the golfer competed for a $75,000 crown, and they didn't shy away from any subject -- even Woods' penis size.

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