LATEST: Tiger will not attend the Chevron World Challenge due to injuries he sustained in the one-car collision. Woods, who has yet to speak publicly since the accident, was scheduled to speak with press at the event Tuesday.
Tiger Woods argued violently with his wife before storming out of their house and crashing in the wee hours of the morn Friday, according to sources.
RadarOnline.com exclusively reports the golf superstar had been arguing with wife Elin Nordegren for quite some time Thanksgiving night, according to a source familiar with the situation.
When the argument escalated, Tiger left the house in their exclusive gated community in Orlando, Florida and, according to the source, told Elin: "You’ve ruined our Thanksgiving! Are you happy NOW?"
Tiger, 33, had pulled out of his driveway at 2:25 am Friday when he crashed. He has not offered any explanation about where he was going.
He released a statement Sunday taking responsibility for the crash but not addressing what happened prior to the accident, citing a need for privacy.
"Everything has to be perfect for Tiger," a neighbor told Radar. "Something at home must have upset him. I think he was probably just furious about something, got in that big Escalade and drove off."
Multiple sources believe that Elin was furious over The ENQUIRER’s bombshell worldwide print exclusive that hit newsstands two days earlier reporting that the golf superstar was involved with another woman, Rachel Uchitel.
Now police want the Woods family compound surveillance tapes of Tiger exiting the home and are seeking medical records from the hospital where the potent putter sought treatment post-crash.