Tiger Woods had alleged affairs in Florida home, hideaway at Jackson Hole could save marriage

Posted By: The Ski Channel on December 7, 2009 10:57 pm

Tiger Wood’s wife, Elin Nordegren, recently moved out of the family’s home as the allegations of Tiger’s infidelities keep being disclosed. However, the real turning point for the former Swedish model may have been the reports that Tiger had been using the family’s Windermere, Florida residence to conduct some of his alleged affairs.

Jamie Jungers and Mindy Lawton, mistress number four and six respectively, are the two women that Tiger is thought to have brought to his Florida home. 

Despite the media spotlight, Tiger and Elin apparently still hope to resolve their marital issues. In order to have any shot at doing so, sources closely connected to the couple insist that the pair need to remain virtually hidden from the eyes of the world. Early reports had suggested states such as Idaho or Montana as possible destinations for the couple, however, we here at The Ski Channel know better.

Tiger is finally going to wise up, and put that recently purchased Jackson Hole, Wyoming mansion to good use. The residence, set back in a recently-constructed gated community in the legendary ski town, would provide some of the best possible shelter from the scrutiny of the public. 

In fact, with all the layers of clothing and ski-masks needed in Jackson’s snowy weather, the troubled couple might even be able to ski undetected on world-class runs such as Corbet’s.

Because we all know the old saying, “the couple that skis together, stays together.”