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Tiger Woods Back Playng Golf?

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A new report states that Tiger Woods will come out of hiding and his indefinite leave from golf and return to the PGA tour in spring. The source for the announcement is not sited, but it isn’t the first time it has been suggested that Tiger would be back on the PGA tour. The PGA Tour begins on April 5, 2010. Tiger Woods just recently won the PGA Player of the Year Award for 2009.

It has been reported, but not yet verified, that Tiger Woods is undergoing a six week treatment program for sexual addiction at the Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

Roger Federer has spoken publicly stating that he has talked with Tiger since his November 27, 2009 car crash and believes that he will make a full comeback. Other reports state that Tiger hasn’t seen his wife, Elin Woods since his entrance into the program. It is not clear whether or not patients of the facility are allowed visitors.

Though Tiger has been out of the spotlight, there were other recent reports that he is considering a 3 million dollar donation to Haiti relief efforts. Though that donation has not yet been confirmed, the president of the Tiger Woods Foundation, Greg McLaughlin did confirm that they are considering the best way to donate.

Tiger Woods has lost a number of sponsors since the beginning of the scandal, including a recent end to his arrangement with General Motors. At the same time that news was announced, President Obama went on record saying that he believed Tiger Woods could be fully rehabilitated.

Finally, while no one is sure whether Elin Woods and Tiger will reunite or divorce, recent reports state that Elin Woods has moved out of the couple’s Isleworth mansion in Windermere, Florida and has moved to another home nearby.

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