Tiger Woods Apparently Not Making Golf Channel Announcement After All

On Monday, at 11 A.M. Eastern time, Tiger Woods was scheduled to hold some kind of press conference to make an announcement on the Golf Channel. This lead to rampant speculation across the internet and media world, with many predicting that Tiger was set to announce that he was done for the 2011 season. Except there's a catch, and that catch is that Tiger Woods isn't going to be making an announcement after all.

According to Tiger's agent Mark Steinberg, no such announcement is set to happen. The Golf Channel had a tweet about the announcement earlier, but it has since been deleted. Of course, this will likely lead to more speculation (Another doctor gave him a more optimistic opinion? He bought some magic fairy dust?), but the fact is that none of the media or general public really has any idea what this announcement, if it was ever a thing, was going to be about and how healthy Tiger is at this point in time. 

Maybe Woods and Steinberg will have a press conference to clear up their not press conference.

Follow along with this StoryStream for updates. And for more on the PGA Tour, check in with SB Nation's golf blog, Waggle Room.

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