Tiger Woods, whose location has been more elusive than Osama Bin Laden's since his Thanksgiving car wreck, was spotted outside a sex-addiction-rehabilitation clinic in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
Another loss for the Arizona economy, as hopeful businesses in Wickenburg planned for his arrival -- and that of the media frenzy that was certain to follow -- at a clinic there.
The National Enquirer claims to have photos of the philandering golf great outside the Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services clinic, and local media affiliates have confirmed that the face in the photo is actually him.
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Tiger reportedly has been at the clinic since December 30, and has had a security detail surrounding his private cabin since.
As the media rushes to get to Hattiesburg to cover the "story," workers at the clinic have been seen doubling the size of its fences, extending them to 20 feet high to keep out the lenses of pesky photogs.
As part of the "recovery" process, the Huffington Post claims Tiger will have to spend six weeks at the clinic, take a vow of celibacy, and participate in "disclosure day," where he must detail to his wife Elin all of his affairs.
Woods also must refrain from masturbating. Good with that one.