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Turns out Elin Nordegren hasn't changed the locks yet.
Tiger Woods, who surfaced on the streets of Orlando today, has been spending time at the Windermere, Fla., home he technically still shares with his wife and two children, a source tells E! News.
The insider doesn't know how long the open-door policy has been in place, but "as of this week," Woods has been coming and going. No word on whether Elin and the kids were anywhere in the vicinity when he was there.
In fact, the possibly tournament-hungry golf star stopped by earlier Wednesday, before he worked out at a local country club.
And before he posed went for a run...
A source tells us that the photo of Woods from today, the first clear shot of him since details of his extramarital affairs went kablooey, was taken "with Tiger's consent" by a shutterbug from Getty Images.
A rep for the photo agency has not yet returned a request for comment.
Our source says that Wood's jogging buddy is his trainer, which makes sense in light of the press conference scheduled for Friday at the TPC Sawgrass Clubhouse, a PGA Tour-friendly venue.
Woods hasn't played professionally since winning the JBWere Masters event in Melbourne, Australia, on Nov. 15.