Woods talks about accident, but not to policeWoods makes first comments on his Web site
WINDERMERE, Fla. (AP) - "Embarrassing." That's how Tiger Woods is describing the situation surrounding his Friday morning car crash.
Woods canceled a meeting with state troopers about the incident again today and it's not been rescheduled. But he did post a statement on his Web site.
He says the situation was his fault and vows it won't happen again, adding: "I'm human and I'm not perfect." He says his wife "acted courageously" when she saw he was hurt and "any other assertion is absolutely false."
Woods' silence has stoked rumors of marital problems, that also have been fed by tabloid reports alleging the golfer was having an affair with a New York night club hostess.
Woods' says he understands the curiosity, but calls the rumors "false, unfounded and malicious." The woman named in the reports has denied the accusations.
Woods is scheduled to host a tournament this week in California to benefit his foundation, but there's no word whether he'll show now.