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Tiger Woods' wife Elin Nordigren flies in as he leaves rehab

Published 06/02/2010

Tiger Woods with Elin Nordegren
Tiger Woods with Elin Nordegren
Tiger Woods and his wife Elin
Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren
Three of the women whose names have been associated with Tiger Woods in recent weeks - Kalika Moquin (left), Rachel Uchitel (centre) and 24-year-old cocktail waitress Jaimee Grubbs

Shamed golf superstar Tiger Woods has reportedly left rehab after his wife Elin Nordigren flew to Mississippi.

Ms Nordigren is said to have flown in to Hattiesburg to pick Tiger up while he checks out of the facility, reported yesterday.

It will mark the first time in more than a month that Woods will be able to see his family.

RadarOnline reported that the couple are planning on spending some time alone as they attempt to repair their marriage after it was revealed in November that Woods had a string of mistresses across the United States

While in rehab, Woods lived in a cabin, attended group therapy sessions and underwent individual counselling. Sources said Woods is determined to stay married and return to the PGA tour.

His wife has not been wearing her wedding ring since the revelations became public, but is believed to have called off the divorce.

Woods' affair with Manhattan party planner Rachel Uchitel was exposed by the National Enquirer over the Thanksgiving weekend.

The story was confirmed after Woods crashed his car outside his Florida home following a heated argument with his wife.

Since then, Woods has been linked to at least 14 other women.

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