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Tiger Woods, according to latest reports, has left the Gentle Path behavioral center in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

Tiger Woods, according to latest reports, has left the Gentle Path behavioral center in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, where he is said to have undergone treatment for sex addiction.

On Thursday the celebrity gossip site, RadarOnline reported that the golfer would be out of rehab by the end of the week, and on Friday morning would be flying out of Mississippi on his way to see his two children.

After a stay of approximately six weeks in Hattiesburg, Woods is reported to have left Gentle Path with his wife, Elin Nordegren, early Friday morning surrounded by what RadarOnline called “heavy security.”

The World No 1 golfer’s visit to Gentle Path followed a life-changing Thanksgiving week during which Woods crashed his Cadillac SUV after a reported confrontation with Elin about his relationship with one, Rachel Uchitel.

The National Enquirer reported the affair with Uchitel on the day before Thanksgiving, and during the next few weeks at least 18 other women came out with claims of having had sexual relationships with Woods.

It is understood that part of the therapy at Gentle Path involved confronting the damage his alleged affairs had done to his marriage and his wife, who is reported to have dropped her plans to divorce him and is said to have spent five days at the rehab centre last month as part of his healing process.

Without any confirmation from Woods or his agents, no one is sure of what his next move might be and rumours that he will make his return to golf in the near future, possibly at the WGC Accenture Match Play event in two weeks’ time, have been offset by other reports that suggest he next wishes to spend some quality time out of the public eye with his family.

This could include a ‘second honeymoon’ with Nordegren aboard his luxury yacht, Privacy, say reports.

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