Anthony Galea has stated he visited Tiger Woods at his mansion “at least four times.”
A reporter at a 2010 Masters press conference asked Woods a question using that phrase — “at least four times” — and Woods answered without correction or clarification.
Hank Haney told Golf Digest, and stated in his book, The Big Miss, that Galea had visited Woods a total of five times:
Hank Haney, Woods’ former swing coach, told Golf Digest he was present at four of the five sessions where Galea treated Woods. Woods has denied taking any illegal substances, and Haney backed him up.
“There was never anything that went into Tiger Woods’ body that didn’t come out of his body,” Haney said.
From Blood Sport: Alex Rodriguez, Biogenesis, and the Quest to End Baseball’s Steroid Era by Tim Elfrink and Gus Garcia-Roberts, we learn:
Galea stopped earlier, in August 3, 2009 , racking up a bill of $76,012.70 for fourteen visits to Woods’s mansion.
It will be very interesting to hear what Hank Haney has to say about this.