Everything is ready for Tiger Woods' 11 a.m. press conference Friday, his first public statement in the nearly three months since his massive adultery scandal broke. Woods will "discuss his past and his future and he plans to apologize for his behavior," a statement from his camp said. Like everything Tiger does, the event will be tightly controlled. He will speak for five minutes but take no questions. According to his agent, only three wire-service reporters will be invited, plus a handful of media chosen by the Golf Writers Association of America. One camera will be allowed. According to TMZ, the Florida golf course where Woods will make his statement is on alert, bringing employees in early, at 4:30 a.m., clearing golf carts from beneath the clubhouse for Tiger's fleet of black SUVs, and arranging to have uniformed and plain clothes police on the scene. Most interestingly, Woods' press conference has been scheduled for a time when it will upstage the Accenture Match Play Championship in Arizona. Accenture was the first major sponsor to dump Woods in the wake of mistress-mania. No word yet on whether wife Elin will pull a Silda Spitzer, and appear alongside her man, or a Jenny Sanford, leaving him to face the music alone.