The golfer's apology seemed more confusing than enlightening
Kultida Woods offers words of support and defends her son
"It's hard for me to admit I need help, but I do," the golfer says at his public address
He breaks his silence over his "foolish" actions, says Elin never hit him and he "needs to learn restraint"
Speculation runs rampant as the notoriously private Woods is finally set to break his silence
While critics decry his urge to control, many fans just want him to get back to golf