Tiger Woods has left sex rehab, RadarOnline.com is reporting.
According to the site, his wife Elin, 30, joined him earlier this week at the Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services clinic in Hattiesburg, Miss.
Surrounded by heavy security, the two left together early Friday, according to Radar. The site claims that they are "planning on spending some time alone as they attempt to repair their marriage."
Reps for Woods, 34, have not confirmed the report.
Woods' release has interesting timing: His son Charlie turns 1 on Monday (the couple also have a daughter Sam, 2).
Reports also are surfacing that Woods may be returning to golf Feb. 17 to play in the Accenture Match Play Championship in Arizona. (Accenture, an international consulting company, ended its sponsorship of Woods last year in light of his sex scandal.)
"Rumors of his return surfaced in Australia and were initially greeted with skepticism, but persist," said BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter.
Though Woods has not made any public appearances since his November car crash, "a reliable source says he will play in Arizona," Carter reports.
On Dec. 12, Woods announced that he was taking an indefinite break from professional golf to focus "on being a better husband, father, and person."