Tiger Woods may be feeling a little lonely these days, but there are two people who are still on his side. According to Golf Digest, both President Barack Obama and former president Bill Clinton have made personal phone calls to the golfer to check up on him.
The mag claims Clinton’s was a "personal call to offer encouragement." Clinton has been friends with Tiger and his wife Elin since 2006. And as you may recall, the former prez knows a thing or two about being in the middle of a public sex scandal.
As for Obama, the magazine quotes him as saying, "I'm a strong believer that anybody can look within themselves, find their flaws and fix them.”
Perhaps the biggest supporter of Tiger Woods right now is his own mother. She’s quoted as saying, "Since a little boy, Tiger always loved competition -- he born with that. So he will face himself, solve the problem, and when he comes back, he will still love to play and love to win. I think more than ever, because his closet will be cleaned out and his mind will be free.”
Elin, on the other hand, is still keeping her distance. Even with Tiger back in rehab, she reportedly hasn’t moved back into the family home. A source tells Radar, “She’s put the divorce on hold, but she’s not caving in and doing everything he wants. It looks like they will stay married -- but I don’t know what kind of marriage it’s going to be.”
Time will tell what will come of both his marriage and his career!