Tiger Woods staged a very public mea culpa last week about personal problems that have dogged him since November.  Kotaku managed to get comments on his apology from EA Sports head Peter Moore as well as PR staffer Rob Semsey.  Moore said it was good that Woods addressed the public and that EA is supportive of his focus towards family and rebuilding his life.   He added that the company looks forward to him playing golf again when the time is right.  Semsey said that EA s relationship with Tiger remains the same, as do plans for the June release of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 for consoles and iPhone.  For its part, Kotaku muses whether EA’s games might be the only sign of Woods golfing this year.   Read more at Kotaku.