There's yet another twist in the Woods saga after he was reported to be getting treated for sex addiction in a clinic in South Africa and before that in Arizona.
The latest buzz doing the rounds is that Woods is in a sex rehab in Mississippi.
Tiger Woods, 34 - who has admitted bedding a string of women behind wife Elin Nordegren's back - was reportedly seen in a sex rehab facility in South Africa, reported The Sun two days ago.
However, according to RadarOnline.com, the golfer, who has been linked to a string of women, has entered Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services at Hattiesburg in Mississippi. Pine Grove offers a 'Gentle Path' program, which involves two parts, according to the institution’s website, reports Fox News.
Patients are initially subjected to a comprehensive diagnostic assessment before starting a residential program that lasts about six weeks.
Mystery continues over his whereabouts and he has not been seen in public ever since the scandal erupted. Surprisingly till now not a single reliable photograph of the golfer has emerged, despite the ubiquity of cellphone cameras and the hundreds of thousands of dollars on offer.
Woods has taken an indefinite break from professional golf after the exposure of his multiple affairs.