Monday, January 18, 2010


A writer published in the New York Times Magazine reveals that Tiger Woods is currently a patient at Gentle Path -- a sex addiction program at Pine Grove, a treatment center in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

Benoit Denizet-Lewis, who has written extensively about his own sex addiction, wrote on his personal blog Monday that a source confirmed Woods' stay at the clinic. Denizet-Lewis, who interviewed staff and patients at the center for his book America Anonymous: Eight Addicts in Search of a Life, notes that Gentle Path's program "is directed by Patrick Carnes, one of the world's leading experts on sex addiction." The treatment center would not confirm the identity of any of its patients.

The official website for Pine Grove says that the Gentle Path program is "for those suffering from sexual addiction, relationship addiction and sexual anorexia."

Denizet-Lewis speculates that Woods, 34, may have begun his sex addiction treatment elsewhere -- such as the Meadows treatment center in Arizona, where the golfer had allegedly also been spotted.

In other Tiger news we hear that Tiger may be ready for a golf comeback.

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