10 Things You Didn't Know About Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren

This ultra-private sports couple has a few secrets up their sleeves.
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren

This ultra-private sports couple has a few secrets up their sleeves.

-Kathryn H. Cusimano


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  1. deborah says:

    Fabulous article!

  2. Julia1057 says:

    Great Article!! I wish they would just leave him alone, despite his statement today, this is still a very private matter between two people. If he did commit a transgression, he should be able to deal with it privately. It affects no one else, but he and Elin and their respective families.

  3. bobby90247 says:

    A “transgression” ??? It is NOT a transgression, it is STRAIGHT-UP ABUSE! Cheating on a spouse is due to a lack of love for the other person. When you “marry”, your love should be unconditional and you are prepared to accept your spouse for all that they are. After all, isn’t that why you are getting married in the first place?

    From what as inferred in this particular article, both are at fault. She should have gone with her first instinct and not become involved; and, he certainly has some inferiority complex’s he must overcome before getting involved.

    Either way, it is not a “private” matter, THEY ARE celebrities, our young people need to be aware that “popularity” does not make doing the wrong thing acceptable!!!

    Just my, “point-of-view” – bob

  4. Jane Chase says:

    Tiger is a sleeze-ball. There is no excuse for cheating. If you’re going to cheat, have the courtesy to get divorced or separated first. Otherwise, you are a low-life sleeze-ball. Did I say Tiger is a sleeze-ball?

  5. kaybeans says:

    Tiger’s dedication and deliberation is a tribute to the sport of golf…if you don’t play, you have nothing to say! I have empathy for both he and his wife, as well as his children. I truly they can all work through this for the sake of family, ethics, sportsmanship, and the love of the game (not the fame)!

  6. Violet says:

    I’m shocked at this man’s attitude to the public as much as I’m shocked at the attitude towards his family. Complaining that he gets asked for autographs is pathetic. You didn’t have to become famous. You could have easily got a job in a sports store and have had all the privacy you want.

  7. leftygrlac says:

    Black, white, yellow, purple, green, whatever. A marriage vow is a marriage vow and a lying cheater is a lying cheater, no matter their color.

  8. tired66 says:

    This is terrible for his wife and children.He changed their lives foreever because he cheated from ay one.She gave him two beautiful children and he crapped on them.Their health status is at stake because he carried home his sexually transmitted diseases if he got any.These woman were whwores slept with anybody with fame and money!!Who knows what he caught!
    But definately got caught with his pants down.He became th efirst black mixed but black golfer of fame and he showed he was great and family man and was a role model for the young black men .Golf was open th them and success too.He had to dirty it and show them he is a male whore!

  9. bryony1 says:

    If he was so shy about asking his future wife out, how is it that he picked up these other women so easily? And after a $1.5 million wedding and two kids… He’s a spoiled brat who never leaned to keep his pants zipped.
    What a blow to all the adults and kids, especially, who saw him as a role model.

  10. schnoodle says:

    This is so NOT a white/black issue monifa234 what is different is Tiger crafted an image that he was in fact ABOVE this behavior. Just scroll up and look at the top photo to see HOW he wanted to be perceived. You didn’t see photos of him club hopping or with these women for a reason; he was good at keeping negative images out of the press. Heck even his foundation touts itself as “a character development program for youth”!
    Like Betty, I too wanted to believe Tiger was indeed a man of character. I wanted to believe the image of a wholesome, happily married husband and father (not a happily married mixed race man to a white wife); a super successful, talented athlete whose ego was in check. People want good things for good people and Tiger appeared to be “good people”.
    What is amazing is how he managed to keep the complete picture of who he is quiet for so long. Unfortunately, yes, people cheat in relationships and it’s called cheating for a reason. I don’t get why people can’t just be honest with what they want instead of seeking out MARRIAGE (forsaking all others)and COMMITMENT knowing they’re not capable of that. As has been pointed out here already, if he wants to risk diseases that’s his prerogative but did his wife agree? Men cheat because of emotional disconnection not lack of love ( http://www.oprah.com/article/oprahradio/gking/20081001_oaf_gking ) and I think a lot of men SEEK this disconnection to begin with – case in point, he was cheating on Elin for YEARS. It’s sort of hard to be emotionally connected when you’re spending a lot of energy skulking about.
    For those that think the women who consort with married men don’t shoulder any blame I say B.S. Each and every one of us is responsible for our choices; our morality; the karma we create.

  11. fallendreams34 says:

    Wow I wish my husband would of been put threw the ringer like this when he cheated on me….I would love to of seen his name on the front page of newspaper not to mention on every television news broadcast. This happens everyday to millions of people…Cheating hurts and I feel for his family, but he is a star because of his talent. It’s not my place to judge him for his actions off the clock. I look at him the same as I did before all of this happened. I don’t approve of cheating, by anyone, ever but, he does not owe me any explanation or apology, the only one he owes is his wife and children. Why is it that because a person is famous for whatever reason, we treat them as they are no longer human. They are no longer like everyday common human beings, man or woman? They are no longer allowed to make ANY mistakes? I sometimes wonder if because of they way we treat famous people, and the higher standard we hold them to, is it really worth being famous? I pray for his family to make it through this terrible time. They have a long road ahead of them.

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