EXCLUSIVE: Tiger Woods And Elin: Big Trouble Erupts

There’s a new development in the relationship of Tiger Woods and wife Elin and it’s not good, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.

“This past week Elin has been very cold and distant toward Tiger,” a source close to the couple told RadarOnline.com.

As RadarOnline.com reported earlier this week, one of Elin’s lawyers was at her house for several hours and left with boxes of documents.

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Now RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively that their relationship has taken a sudden turn for the worse and the reason is she’s furious that he is returning to golf so soon.

“Elin thinks he’s going back on his promise to take time off – as much time off as needed to make things right,” the source told RadarOnline.com. “Now that he’s announced his return she feels taken advantage of.”

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And despite reports that Tiger and Elin have slept in the same house, they have not spent a single night together. “She told him she was going to move back in, but she never did,” the source said. “Elin is angry at Tiger and she’s let him know it.”

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Tiger has told Elin he will do anything to save their relationship but now that he’s going back to golf she’s questioning everything he’s said. As RadarOnline.com reported, Elin took part in Tiger’s therapy at Gentle Path in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. And RadarOnline.com was also first to report that she recently traveled to Arizona with Tiger and their two children.

Their marriage improved to the point where they hugged in public in their Orlando-area neighborhood a few weeks ago and Tiger kissed her on the cheek. But in the past two weeks the relationship has suffered a serious setback, according to the source.

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Elin had previously contacted a divorce lawyer and then put him on hold. “At this point the relationship does not seem to be moving forward,” the source said.

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