Report: Tiger back in rehab, but not for sex
Tiger Woods has high-tailed it to Arizona to kick his addiction to painkillers and sleeping pills, the New York Post reported Thursday.
Woods, who has already undergone sex-addiction therapy, has reportedly checked in to The Meadows treatment center in Wickenburg, Ariz.
Woods' drugs of choice are said to be the sleep medication Ambien and painkiller Vicodin.
"In (sex) therapy, Tiger blamed a lot of his cheating behavior on his drug addiction, saying that the drugs were responsible for impairing his judgment," an anonymous source told The National Enquirer.
The golfer's lovers have said he enjoyed mixing Ambien and sex to heighten pleasure.
During his carefully scripted apology last week, Woods specifically said he never took drugs that helped his golf performance.
"They said I used performance-enhancing drugs," he said. "This is completely and utterly false."
The night Woods crashed his car, Elin Nordegren told cops her husband had active prescriptions for Ambien and Vicodin.