Tiger Woods -- who has been named Athlete of the Decade by The Associated Press -- is dealing with his extramarital affair scandal with late-night golfing sessions, Us Weekly reports in its latest issue.
A resident in Woods' Isleworth gated community in Windermere, Fla., tells Us Weekly that the 33-year-old athlete -- who announced Dec. 11 that he is taking a break from professional golf to focus on being "a better person" -- has been spotted "coming by in the early evenings only for their counseling and therapy." After those grueling sessions -- which a source describes as the golfer "just apologizing over and over again" -- Woods heads to a nearby course to hit golf balls "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, the thing he's best at in the whole world?"
Seems the intense therapy won't be able to save Woods' five-year marriage: A new report claims that Nordegren -- mother to Sam, 2, and Charlie, 10 months -- will "100 percent" divorce him. She and the kids are also expected to spend the holidays without him.