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, reports The Sun. Woods may be seeking treatment at Montrose Place, an addiction treatment centre in the suburb of Bishopscourt.
Johnny Graaff, head of Cape Town's Montrose Place clinic, however said he could neither confirm nor deny that Tiger was there.
There has been no official confirmation that Woods is in the clinic, 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.
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Just days ago, gossip website TMZ reported that Woods is suspected of having fled to South Africa to escape the media frenzy. His wife has been seen out in public with the couple's children, and without her wedding ring. Some reports also say that Woods plans to come out of sex rehab on Valentine's Day and try to regain Elin Nordegren's affection.
CNN, People and X17 on the contrary had reported that Woods entered The Meadows, a clinic in Arizona, sometime around the holidays - a rumour that first surfaced last month.