After weeks of speculation regarding a potential reconciliation, Tiger Woods and his ex-wife Eli Nordegren were spotted together this weekend for the first time since that eventful Thanksgiving Day 2009.
Furthermore, TMZ's sources claim that Woods was the first to arrive, accompanied by his son and daughter. About an hour later, Elin arrived and the two eventually crossed paths.
Woods and Nordegren "chatted together for about 30 minutes and appeared to enjoy each other's company," reported the unnamed source.
However, as the two began gaining attention, "they took off… both leaving in Elin's car."
These same sources indicated that Nordegren was in fact willing to forgive Woods and the humiliation, demanding a $200 million pre-nup and a $350 million "anti-cheating clause."
In January, while competing in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, Woods refused to comment on that report.
"I am not going to comment on my private life," he told a Golf Channel reporter.
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