Tiger Woods' mother-in-law, Barbro Holmberg, is in stable condition at an Orlando hospital after being taken from his home earlier Tuesday morning.
Medics responded to a 911 call at Woods' home and Holmberg, the mother of Tiger's wife Elin Nordegren, was admitted after suffering stomach pain.
Sheriff's spokesman Jim Solomons said a 911 call from Woods' home at 2:35 a.m. EST Tuesday and transferred it to Orange County Fire Rescue.
Officials say Barbro Holmberg is in stable condition but few other details are known at this time. Woods' agent, Mark Steinberg, did not comment.
According to WESH-TV, Barbro refused transport, but was later listed as an advanced life support patient and taken on a stretcher to the hospital.
Barbro Holmberg, Elin Nordegren's mother, will reportedly be fine.
What treatment she needed is not clear, but advanced life support is a term often used by medics/EMTs for resuscitation that extends beyond CPR.
The strange thing about Holmberg being transported via ambulance from Tiger's house to the hospital (the same one he went to two weeks ago)?
Reports surfaced yesterday that Elin Woods moved out on Tiger after his many affairs, and despite his many efforts to hold his marriage together.
Is that even true? Was she at Tiger's house with her mom trying to work things out with her cheating husband? So many questions unanswered.
UPDATE, 4:29 P.M. EST: Barbro was released from the hospital Tuesday afternoon and is now recuperating at Woods' home in Windermere, Fla.
More details to follow as the story develops ...