Caught up in a media frenzy, President Obama denied that he reached out to Tiger Woods.
After reports claimed the President called the golfer, Golf Digest issued their own statement claiming it was a mistake due to "a misunderstanding between the writer and a trusted source.”
But although he may not have gotten word from Obama, he did get words from former President, Bill Clinton
Clinton’s spokesman, Matt McKenna, confirmed that Clinton took a phone call from the champion golfer to discuss “something unrelated” and “wished him well.”
Reports have also confirmed that Woods entered a six-week program in Mississippi, where he participated in Disclosure Day, where patients must confess all to their spouse. Woods’s wife has also spent several days at therapy sessions at the clinic with her husband.
Also speaking out is Kultida Woods, who is described as "staunchly supportive of her son."
"Since a little boy, Tiger always loved competition – he born with that," she said. "So he will face himself, solve the problem, and when he comes back, he will still love to play and love to win. I think more than ever, because his closet will be cleaned out and his mind will be free."