a Sex addict
120 affairs makes him a sex addict?
Eldrick the Magnificent has admitted to being
in therapy — but not to sex addiction. On Sunday, Woods' ex-swing coach
Hank Haney told Golf Channel's Jim Gray the world's
No. 1 golfer is a sex addict.
Woods never confirmed receiving treatment at a
sex-addiction clinic in Mississippi. When Gray asks Haney point-blank
what Woods is in therapy for, the golf teacher
candidly said: "Well, the only thing that I knew about was his sex addiction."
But Haney, who stepped down as Woods' coach last
Monday, said rumors Woods used performance-enhancing drugs are "100% false."
"People that say otherwise are just starting
rumors," said Haney. "It's based on no facts at all. There's a lot of jealousy."
Woods' blood-spinning treatments with Canadian
doctor Anthony Galea were also above board, he added.
Gray said "I think what the public is interested
in knowing is whether or not Tiger was in there for prescription drugs,
or other drugs, or alcohol, or was it sex addiction
because so many questions have been left unanswered. …
Tiger says it's all in the police report. But
clearly it's not."
Woods withdrew from the Players Championship because
of a "neck injury."
Haney said Woods should be "more forthcoming"
about his injuries.
How Republican is Eldrick?
Haney said his former pupil "has a fear of hitting
shots to the left and, as a result, he misses a lot of shots to the right."
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