Here is the report:
Woods revealed on Tuesday that he will bring an end to his four-month exile from the game at the season’s first major next month.
Perry admitted that he thought the world number one would chose to return at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill next week, but is just glad that Woods will soon be back to boost the game once again.
“Well that’s great, it’s great news,” he told Sky Sports News.
“I figured he’d come back next week at Bay Hill since he lives there and he’s won it six times I think.
“But whatever, it’s awesome to have your stud back, our star. He carried our tour, I thank him every day because my pay-check has really risen because of him and our sport really grew because of him.”
Perry continued: “We all forgive him, he’s come back and we’re his family out here.
“You know I tell everybody I’ve got my family at home, but I’ve got my tour family that I travel with week-in, week-out. We’re like a travelling circus, we travel different cities but we’re all together.
“I just want to give the guy a hug, give him a handshake and get him on back out here playing great golf again. I want to beat him!”
Thank you, Kenny Perry!
Forgiveness, embrace and hospitality.
Perry exhibits the spirit of Jesus and is living out his Christian commitment as a deacon of the Church of Christ in Franklin, KY.
Woods has apologized. He has sought help and treatment.
Leave the man alone, let him play and give him space to heal his soul, marriage and family.