Tiger Woods plans to return to the PGA tour this spring, after he announced a month ago that he was taking an indefinite break from the sport.
A source close to the situation says Tiger will have completed his treatment for sexual addiction by then and hopes to have his life back on track, according to Radar Online.
Radar Online reported on Jan. 15, that the serially unfaithful golfer is at Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
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He is in a six-week program at the clinic, which is directed by Dr. Patrick Carnes, who has pioneered treatment for sexually compulsive behavior.
He feels ready to plan his comeback and aims to be back on the PGA tour by Spring, however it's not known if Tiger will compete at the Masters on April 5.
The father-of-two hasn't announced his plan to return to golf, but the source told Radar Online that he hopes going through rehab will convince the world that he's changed.