Two new books claiming to offer inside information on Tiger Woods are due out this year.
Both of the books aim to offer insights into the "real" Tiger Woods, not the one who seemed so perfect to the public before his fall from grace amid details of "allegations" and affairs.
People magazine's Steve Helling is scheduled to publish "Tiger Woods" in May, reports the Associated Press. It claims to offer a "never-before-seen portrait."
Atria Books, a division of Simon & Schuster, announced today that FoxSports.com senior columnist Robert Lusetich will publish "Unplayable: An Inside Account of Tiger's Most Tumultuous Season" in June. The book will tell "how golf's greatest and most famous player built a public persona at odds with his private life."
Tomorrow morning, Woods is scheduled to make his first public comment since details of his "transgressions" broke.