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Nov282009

"I'm asked why people don't often see me and Elin in gossip magazines or tabloids. I think we've avoided a lot of media attention because we're kind of boring..."

File this one under Facebook-postings-we'd-like-to-take back.

A reader noted the above entry on Tiger's Facebook page, which was in response to a reader email question posted back on October 14th. The entry was also featured on his website.

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Reader Comments (4)

Where's Tiger's mom? I haven't seen her for ages.
11.28.2009 | Unregistered CommenterAunt Blabbie
Tiger's mother was in Australia with him a couple weeks ago. It was mentioned often in the articles that week and during the telecasts.
11.28.2009 | Unregistered CommenterTom Ierubino
She was also at the Stanford-Cal game last weekend with Tiger, Elin and the kids. From the SF Chronicle:

"The image offers a striking contrast to the scene at Stanford Stadium the previous Saturday, about 90 minutes before the Big Game. Woods - wearing dark sunglasses, a red Stanford hat and red, hooded Stanford sweatshirt - stepped into an elevator with his 2-year-old daughter, Sam, squirming in his arms. Elin stood nearby, holding their 9-month-old son, Charlie. Woods' mom, Tida, cooed over the kids like any doting grandma would."
11.29.2009 | Unregistered Commentercardinal
Thank you for that information, Tom and cardinal. She seems like a beautiful lady. I'm glad to hear she's doing well.
11.29.2009 | Unregistered CommenterAunt Blabbie

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