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Tiger Woods Spends Christmas With The NBA While Elin & The Kids Are In Sweden


Dec. 26 2010, Published 5:12 a.m. ET

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Tiger Woods sat courtside at the Orlando Magic basketball game Christmas, while ex-wife Elin Nordegren and their two children spent the holidays in Sweden, has learned.

Tiger was spotted cheering for his favorite team as they beat the Boston Celtics 86-78, snapping Boston's 14 game winning streak.

This may lift Tiger's spirits a bit.  On Thursday the golfer was dropped by Proctor & Gamble, which used Tiger to promote its Gillette razors and shaving products.

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As previously reported, Elin and their two children, daughter Sam, 3, and son Charlie, 1, went to her native Sweden for the holidays.

Elin wanted to spend Christmas with her politician mother Barbro Holmberg and other members of her family.

Tiger isn't just missing Christmas with his kids, he also won't be there for his son's 2nd birthday February 8.  Woods has already committed to playing tournament in the Dubai Desert Classic February 7-13.

Elin Nordegren

During his infamous April public confessional/press conference, Tiger revealed what he missed most during his time in rehab after his secret cheating life was exposed.

"Because of the time frame of it, I missed my son's first birthday and that hurts. That hurts a lot and I vowed I'd never miss another one after that," he said.

About that vow....


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