With several rehab stints under his belt, it comes as no surprise that Tiger Woods would be interested in opening up a treatment facility of his own. Sources tell RadarOnline.com exclusively that the disgraced golf pro has expressed interest in the business.
As Radar readers know, Woods checked into rehab earlier this month after after his humiliating May 29 DUI arrest. And as the star settles into his surroundings at the Jupiter Medical Center in Florida to treat his addiction to prescription medications, Tiger is telling pals he might be interested in opening up a rehab business upon his release.
“This is Tiger’s third trip to a rehab facility in eight years and he’s not only seeing the upside to his health," our insider dishes, "but he sees that it might be a good investment down the line both financially and from a karmic standpoint."
Tiger is no stranger to rehab. He entered The Meadows treatment center in Wickburg, Ariz., in 2010 to battle addictions to the powerful painkiller Vicodin and the sleeping medication Ambien.
That rehab stint followed Tiger’s six-week treatment for sex addiction at the Gentle Path facility in Hattiesburg, Miss.
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