Tiger Woods posted a statement on his website today, detailing his return to golf, praising rival Phil Mickelson, and saying he's been spending time with family.
At the end of the statement, the embattled star mentions taking time off to be with his "family" after The Masters, although he does not name any names.
Family must not include Elin Woods.
That was as personal as Tiger got, which in itself is a telling sign. He truly seems focused on golf, which is fine, but fuels reports that a divorce is happening.
BYE, ELIN: Tiger Woods returned to golf, but it looks as though he bid farewell to what was left of his crumbling marriage for good at The Masters earlier this month.
He and Elin have spent little, if any time together this month. He did see his kids following The Masters, but not his wife, who's traveled extensively solo.
Elin is in Sweden with their children and plans to be gone for weeks. Tiger has been living the single life in Orlando ... sans cocktail waitresses of course.
He's been spotted on the city's nightlife scene, partying backstage at a Nickelback concert and playing golf with friend Michael Jordan twice this week.
A good time, yes. Time with family, not so much.