Earlier this week (beg15Feb10) the embattled golfer announced he will face the press for the first time since his sex scandal hit the headlines last November (09).
However, representatives for Woods will choose which media outlets will be allowed to attend the conference, and they have insisted that no questions will be allowed.
The move has infuriated bosses at the GWAA, who have decided to keep their reporters away from the event following a vote by its board.
A statement from GWAA president Vartan Kupelian reads, "I cannot stress how strongly our board felt that this should be open to all media and also for the opportunity to question Woods.
"The position, simply put, is all or none. This is a major story of international scope. To limit the ability of journalists to attend, listen, see and question Woods goes against the grain of everything we believe."
Meanwhile, during a media briefing on Thursday (18Feb10) PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem confirmed reports the star has spent time in a rehab centre
He told reporters, "I don't know what his (Woods') plans are in terms of what he's going to say. I don't know what he's going to do after he finishes his rehab, you know, I think all of that is TBD (to be determined)."
Finchem later added that Woods had completed his time in rehab, and that he would discuss the issue at the conference, according to TMZ.com.