By Lou Aguila (staff@latinospost.com) | First Posted: Jul 23, 2013 02:57 PM EDT

Lindsey Vonn and Tiger Woods (Photo : Facebook)

After all reports about Elin Nordegren's approval of the relationship between her ex-husband and world champion skier Lindsey Vonn, a recent report from Us Weekly reveals that Tiger Woods' former wife still despises the golfer's love affair with his new lady.

In a report from Us Weekly, Nordegren denies a Page Six report about her acceptance of Tiger's latest romance and her comments on Vonn being "a very good influence to her former hubby."  

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"Elin can't say anything else," a source close to Elin told US Weekly. "She got a settlement and there's a confidentiality agreement, and she isn't allowed to disparage him in the press or she loses some of that $100 million."

"She still despises Tiger. As time goes on, it probably gets easier, but she definitely doesn't like having Lindsey around her kids," the source added.

As the issues with his former wife remain unsettled, Woods is still struggling to recapture the form that helped him dominate golf from the late 90s to 2000s.

Tiger is still without a Grand Slam title in the last five years, after another late round collapse at the 2013 British Open Championship in Scotland.

Woods put himself in prime position to win the tourney after finishing the third round just one stroke behind clubhouse leader Lee Westwood. However, Woods faltered on the final day of competition as he shot a dreadful 74 to finish five shots behind eventual winner Phil Mickelson.

"It was frustrating. I played well," Woods told reporters via CBS Sports. "I could just never get the speed right today.

"I had a hard time adjusting to the speeds. They were much slower today, much softer. I don't think I got too many putts to the hole today. I really had a hard time and left myself a couple of long lag putts early on when [the wind] was really blowing, and left them way short and didn't make those putts."

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