WELLINGTON, New Zealand - New Zealand sports broadcaster Sky TV will air on Tuesday an eight-minute interview with Tiger Woods shot last month in which he talks about the importance of his family.
In a 30-second trailer, interviewer Murray Deaker asks Woods: "Family first and golf second. Always be like that?" Woods replies, "Always."
The interview, done last month in Melbourne, where Woods won the Australian Masters, was arranged by Woods' New Zealand caddie, Steve Williams.
Sky originally intended to show the interview on Christmas Day.
On Friday, Woods announced he was taking an indefinite leave from golf to try to save his marriage, the biggest fallout yet from two shocking weeks of allegations of extramarital affairs.
Williams said he did not know anything about the "indiscretions" that led Woods to take the leave from golf.
"I [just] work for Tiger Woods," Williams told the Sunday News in New Zealand. "I live in New Zealand, I travel to and from New Zealand to caddie for Tiger Woods. I am not with him 24/7."
Meanwhile, Woods' wife has bought a six-bedroom house on a small island near Stockholm that is reachable only by boat.
Stenake Johansson, chairman of the Residential Association on Faglaro Island, said he didn't know whether Elin Nordegren and Woods planned to move in.