Tiger Woods' son Charlie celebrates his first birthday today.
On Monday morning, Elin Woods was photographed in their Florida hometown holding a wrapped present as she picked up daughter Sam, 2.
Charlie's milestone comes as a new report claims that the golfer, 34, has left the Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services clinic in Hattiesburg, Miss.
A flurry of rumors also are floating around that Woods may soon return to professional golf. He hasn't played since his now-infamous Nov. 27 car crash.
BBC News reports he could wind up playing next week in the Accenture Match Play Championship in Marana, Ariz.
On Sunday, TMZ.com reported that Woods also is set to play in the Tavistock Cup in Florida March 22-23. It is not open to the general public, but is televised by the Golf Channel. Afterwards, Woods will head to Georgia to prepare for The Masters, according to the site.
Woods has yet to confirm various reports. But ESPN golf columnist Jemele Hill has one tip for the embattled golfer.
"The best thing he can do is win," Hill tells UsMagazine.com. "If he wins, that connects people to the reason they fell in love with him to begin with. They didn't love him because they thought he was Ward Cleaver. They loved him because he's the best in the world at what he does."