Tiger Woods will hold a news conference on the Monday of Masters week, Augusta National Golf Club officials said on Wednesday.
Woods will face the media on Monday April 5 of tournament week, a departure from his usual Tuesday news conference, before the start of the year's first major.
The American world number one has not competed since his victory at the Australian Masters on Nov. 15, following his stunning fall from grace amid tawdry revelations about his extra-marital affairs.
Four-times Masters winner Woods, who gave two brief television interviews on Sunday, is the only player scheduled to hold a news conference at Augusta that day, according to a schedule released by tournament officials.
The Masters runs from April 8-11.