Is Tiger Woods done chasing the cat? Well that just might be the case now that Tiger Woods has finally put an end to his rehab stint in Mississippi.

According to Radar Online, Tiger’s wife Elin flew to Mississippi to pick up Tiger from the Gentle Path rehab center so that they could fly home together so that Tiger could see his two children, who he hadn’t seen in six weeks. The couple’s daughter Sam is two-year-old and their son Charlie turns one today.

In an effort to try and work together to save their marriage, Elin took part in Tiger’s therapy at the rehab center and eventually dropped her divorce lawyer, though she is still not wearing her wedding ring.

Tiger received intensive therapy in Gentle Path, known as a leading sex addiction clinic. Several sources have said he does not acknowledge being a sex addict but he does know that he has a behavioral problem and he agreed to treatment because he wants his life back. Tiger has not commented publicly about the situation other than to admit infidelity.

Meanwhile, Tiger’s caddie Steve Williams has denied claims that Woods will make his big return to pro golf as early as next week at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship in Tucson, Arizona.

“The stories stating Tiger will return at the matchplay have no truth to them,” The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Williams as saying.

Tiger, his wife Elin and their two children Sam and Charlie are currently in Orlando.

So is Tiger Woods really done chasing the cat? Guess we’ll just have to and see! Let’s just hope that this streak of random women public making claims of being one of Tiger’s jump offs has come to an end. Mr. Woods can’t handle ANY more negative press at this point…

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