Elin Woods took her son Charlie to a sporting event on Friday -- but it wasn't a golf match.
Tennis was the game of the day for Woods, 30, and her 13-month-old boy, who attended the Sony Ericsson Open in Key Biscayne, Fla. (Charlie's older sister Sam, 2, wasn't present.)
Elin and her husband Tiger have only been photographed together once since his reported return from a sex treatment clinic in late February.
All eyes will be on Tiger next week, when he makes his much-anticipated return to golf at the Masters in Augusta, Ga. The prestigious tournament begins April 8. Still recovering from his adultery scandal -- and being treated at home -- Woods will field questions from journalists at a pre-tournament press conference on Monday, April 5.
Will Elin be by his side when he hits the links? "Elin possibly will be at the final round if [Tiger] is in contention," a source tells UsMagazine.com.
Meanwhile, Tiger, 34, is "confident" that he'll win the tournament, the insider notes. "Maybe overconfident. He's picked as the favorite in Vegas." The source adds of the billionaire athlete, "if he comes out and plays a solid first round, it's all over, and it will be back to life as usual."
But Elin's family "is fed up" with Tiger, and "want Elin to bring the kids to Sweden," the former model's homeland, another source tells Us. Elin's sister Josefin is particularly unhappy. "The decision to stay with Tiger is Elin's and it's personal, but Josefin doesn't like it."