Tiger Woods returns home from counseling, according to source
Tiger Woods has returned to his home in Florida after a week of family counseling in Arizona, according to a source cited by CNN. The golfer is reportedly working out and preparing for his return to golf. In a televised statement on Feb. 19, his first public appearance since the November car accident that ultimately lead to the revelation of his involvement in numerous extramarital affairs, Woods said he would eventually golf again but would not specify a timetable, saying only that he has not ruled out this year as a possibility. Last week, Gatorade announced that it is the latest company to end its endorsement ties with Woods.