The sexual addiction clinic where Tiger Woods is receiving in-patient treatment has stepped up efforts in the past few days to keep the star out of sight, lining a wooden fence around the perimeter with a black tarp.
RadarOnline.com reported exclusively that Tiger is at Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. He is in a sexual addiction program directed by Dr. Patrick Carnes, who has pioneered treatment for sexually compulsive behavior.
The Gentle Path program part of the rehab facility features cottages that are bordered by a wood fence. It was possible to see through some of the slats in the fence until the clinic lined it with a black tarp the past few days.
It was a quick fix but with national media members descending on the town hoping for a glimpse at Woods, the tarp prevents anyone on the street from catching a glimpse of the golf star.
And that’s not the only change the clinic made for its celebrity resident. The facility also constructed a walkway from the inner yard where the cottages are located to a side door of the main building. The walkway is lined with new wood and was built in the last few weeks. Before it was built people receiving treatment could be seen as they walked from the cottage area to the main building, where therapy sessions are held.
As RadarOnline.com reported previously, Tiger is living without a roommate, at his request.
Woods is enrolled in the six-week program. Some staff are psychologists and others are experts in addiction. The program is run by Dr. Susan Campling.
And while there have been no Tiger Sightings in town, two local network TV affiliates also reported that he is there.
Now a New York Times writer has confirmed RadarOnline.com’s report solving the mystery of Tiger’s location. He has not been seen publicly since after Thanksgiving. The New York Times writer is working on a book called America Anonymous.