LAYING LOW

Tiger Returns From Counseling

Tiger Woods is trying to shape up, emotionally and physically. According to an unnamed Associated Press source, Woods returned to his Florida home on Saturday after completing a week of family and marriage counseling with estranged wife Elin Nordegren in Arizona. According to the source, Woods hasn't decided when to return to the professional golf circuit, but he's started training again, including a fitness routine and his first major practice in 15 weeks. He has reportedly been hitting balls on the practice range at the nearby Isleworth club. It's unlikely that Tiger will make it to next week's World Golf Championship at Doral, and his next chance to play after that is the Arnold Palmer Invitational PGA Tour that begins on March 25.