EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Tiger Should Come Clean About Incident, Says Neighbor of Woods' Mom

Nov. 30 2009, Published 9:59 a.m. ET

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It’s the talk of locker rooms in golf clubs around the world: What really happened to Tiger Woods? And as the world’s number one player remains tight-lipped about the incident involving his beautiful Swedish wife Elin Nordegren the mystery continues to deepen.

But locals at the Tustin Ranch Golf Club – which sits opposite to the gated community where Tiger’s mom Kutilda Woods lives all have their own theories. Said one: “I wish he had spoken to the police – it’s as if really does have something to hide.”

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Local golfer Ken Kay believes the incident has left a ‘blemish’ against his name and thinks that he should have come clean about the spat with his wife from the start.

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Woods practices at the club and has attended several promotional events there when he visits his mom in California. His  father,  Earl Woods, died in 2006.

Mrs. Woods’  house was empty on Monday.  Another neighbor told he believes she jetted down to Florida to be with her son who has gone into hiding after his early morning crash drama last Friday.

Rachel Uchitel confirmed that Tiger and his wife argued on Thanksgiving, with Tiger storming out of the house after telling his wife: “You’ve ruined our Thanksgiving! Are you happy now?”

At 2:25 am he crashed his Cadillac SUV into a fire hydrant and a tree outside his home in central Florida, knocking him unconscious in the process. His wife reportedly smashed the back window of the car to free Woods.

EXCLUSIVE:  Tiger & Wife Fought Before Crash

So far, the multi-millionaire golfer has refused three interview attempts by the Florida Highway Patrol and released a statement taking responsibility for the crash but offering little explanation.



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