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Originally posted 05/21/2014 02:45PM
Ever since their August 2010 divorce was announced, Elin Nordegren has had nothing to say publicly about Tiger Woods – until now.
Originally posted 05/10/2014 11:45AM
It took nine roller-coaster years, but Elin Nordegren earned her bachelor's degree in psychology on Saturday – and her 3.96 GPA earned her the Class of 2014's top honor, the Hamilton Holt Outstanding Senior Award.
Originally posted 03/13/2013 03:00PM
What began as a friendship between two North Palm Beach neighbors – Elin Nordegren and billionaire coal magnate Chris Cline – has blossomed into a romance, sources tell PEOPLE.
"Elin was introduced to Chris by a local friend because they seem to have a lot in common," a source tells PEOPLE. "They both have children, like to keep their personal lives quiet, believe in philanthropy, and enjoy leisure outdoor activity."
The ex-wife of Tiger Woods has been seeing the West Virginia-raised Cline (who is reportedly worth $1.2 billion) since the beginning of the recent holiday season.
Originally posted 02/24/2013 01:55PM
Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren, having finalized their divorce in August 2010, haven't been seen in each other's company for ages – but that changed on Saturday, according to TMZ.com.
The website – showing a photo of Woods, Nordegren and their son Charlie on the baseball diamond, with the youngster holding a baseball glove – reports that the parents were both in Jupiter, Fla., for a local youth sports event.
The golfer showed up first, with Charlie and his sister, Sam. Nordegren followed an hour later.
A member of Woods's crew told PEOPLE Sunday: "He's not getting back with Elin. That's never going to happen. They are co-parenting the children. Like any other mature adults, they have set aside their differences and are striving to be the best parents they can possibly be."
Originally posted 02/09/2013 06:00PM
It was quite the gesture.
After Lindsey Vonn suffered a devastating injury during the Alpine World Championships in Austria, she got a bit of help from Tiger Woods. Walking on crutches, Vonn – who tore two ligaments in her right knee and fractured her shin when she crashed on Tuesday – boarded Woods's private jet to return home.
Is it a sign that the rumored relationship between Woods and Vonn is heating up?
"Tiger and Lindsey have been friends for a while, and nothing started out romantically at all," a source tells PEOPLE. "But they really have a lot in common and got closer and closer. He still refers to her as 'my very good friend,' but he's been spending more and more time talking to her – and talking about her."
Originally posted 06/11/2012 07:50PM
Tiger Woods's ex-wife, Elin Nordegren, may not be singing the blues – but she certainly knows how to wear them.
The former model, 32, was photographed lounging in the Bahamas over the weekend, clad in a skimpy royal blue bikini, sunglasses and a hat.
Nordegren, who's not shy about showing off her beach bod, is reportedly vacationing with her and Woods's two children – Sam, 4, and Charlie, 3 – according to Britain's Daily Mail.
Originally posted 05/21/2012 02:35PM
Elin Nordegren is single and super sexy!
Tiger Woods's ex-wife, 32 – whose January split from Jamie Dingman was reported last week – was recently spotted flaunting her fit physique on the beach in Miami.
Sporting a hat and dark shades, a smiling Nordegren was clad in a teeny-weeny blue and yellow bikini.
According to what her friend told PEOPLE, Nordegren thinks that "Jamie's a great guy – and they're still friends – but … it was just too early [after her divorce] for her to get serious with anyone."
Originally posted 05/16/2012 11:15AM
Forget what else you may have heard: Elin Nordegren and Jamie Dingman are no longer dating. The businessman and Tiger Woods's ex-wife broke off their relationship in January, a friend of hers tells PEOPLE.
"She says Jamie's a great guy – and they're still friends – but I think it was just too early [after the divorce] for her to get serious with anyone," says her friend.
There's no truth to reports this week that things were heating up between Nordegren and Dingman, who were first linked last summer, after they were allegedly spotted at Saturday's playoff hockey game between the New York Rangers and the Washington Capitals. In fact, she wasn't even there. But Nordegren takes the rumors in stride, says her friend.
Originally posted 01/17/2012 01:15PM
Home Depot, meet Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous.
After reports that Elin Nordgren was demolishing the $12-million Florida home she bought only last year, now comes word that those dozens of items salvaged from the 17,000-sq.ft. residence near North Palm Beach are now for sale at the Habitat for Humanity's ReStore in Stuart, Fla.
According to the charitable organization's website, among what is available from the home of the former Mrs. Tiger Woods are kitchen cabinetry "finished with a light wash that gives a distressed finish," starting at $89 per unit, and a mantelpiece of "glowing maple wood and custom carved stunning fish accent supports" for $3,700.
Comparable unfinished mantels can start for as much as $6,000, says the listing.
Originally posted 01/08/2012 05:00PM
Elin Nordegren, Tiger Woods's ex-wife, last week let loose a bulldozer on the $12-million oceanfront mansion she bought last year because, her builder tells PEOPLE, starting over made the most economical sense.
The 17,000-ft., six-bedroom home in a gated community in North Palm Beach, Fla., was built in the 1920s, Dan Reedy of Onshore Construction and Development, tells PEOPLE. "It wasn't built to the South Florida wind-loading codes of today that were put in place because of hurricanes. We had an architect and a structural engineer out here and everyone agreed that it made more sense – structurally and economically – to tear it down and start over."
But it wasn't a total loss. Nordegren gave Habitat for Humanity of Martin County, Fla., four weeks to methodically go through the structure and salvage tens of thousands of dollars worth of cabinets, hardware and fixtures. That's when termite and carpenter-ant infestations were discovered, says Habitat's director of deconstruction, Bobbi Blodgett.
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