Tiger Woods has landed in Augusta, Ga., for his golf comeback at the prestigious Masters tournament. Players, media and many fans are thrilled to see him.
His family? Not so much.
Wife Elin Nordegren Woods and their children were nowhere to be seen and are not expected to join the gallery when the tournament tees off on Thursday.
While no official statement has been made, she was last seen last week, without Tiger, checking out the Sony Ericsson Tennis Open in Key Biscayne, Fla.
Tiger, who was seen cracking jokes with a fellow PGA pro and even greeted reporters as he headed to a practice facility, will address the media Monday.
While he recently gave exclusive one-on-one interviews to the Golf Channel and ESPN, Tiger Woods' 2 p.m. press conference will be the first of its kind since ...
You know. The subject of his wife's whereabouts is sure to come up, but everything we've read suggests that we'll see a pissed-off Elin bail on the Masters.
After moving back in with him and helping rebuild his image, the couple took a step back amid a new batch of revelations from his mistress Joslyn James.
Nasty, violent, depraved text message revelations.
Elin has not indicated if she will divorce Tiger, citing concern for their kids, but certainly seems reluctant to support him publicly, at least for the time being.
JUST FYI: Because we know you care so much, Joslyn James and lawyer Gloria Allred will be holding their own press conference after Woods' media Q&A.