Where in the world is the embattled Tiger Woods?
It's been three weeks now since one of the biggest celebrity sex scandals in history erupted, but the world's #1 golfer himself is nowhere to be seen.
He's always fiercely guarded his privacy, likely due in part to the 11 mistresses he was hollering at, and Tiger certainly hasn't changed his stripes.
Since the scandal blew up, Woods has been AWOL, commenting only briefly on his website with an apology and then announcing his break from golf.
So where is he? According to a resident in Woods' Windermere, Fla., community, he "comes by in the evening only for their counseling and therapy."
Where is Tiger Woods? Laying low, and on the driving range.
Woods is believed to be staying in another property he owns locally, although he has not been seen in public in Orlando or anywhere else in weeks.
After therapy sessions - which a source describes as Tiger "just apologizing over and over again" - Woods heads to a nearby course to hit golf balls.
"He tries to clear his head," another local says. "He goes after dark so he can't be seen. For him, what's more therapeutic than hitting golf balls?"
"It's the thing he's best at in the whole world."
The thing that he's worst at may be marriage, and it looks like it's too late. A new report claims that Elin Nordegren - mother to Tiger's two children Sam, 2, and Charlie, 10 months - will divorce him in the very near future.