Jesper Parnevik on Tiger Woods: He’s not welcome in my home

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Since news of Tiger Woods’ serial infidelity became public, he’s had no harsher critic than Swedish golfer Jesper Parnevik. It stands to reason, too, since Parnevik was the one who introduced Tiger to Elin Nordegren — a move he’s since said he regrets.

Parnevik continued his public distaste in an article published today in the Swedish tabloid “Aftonbladet,” saying Woods is not welcome at his house and that he’s not looking forward to seeing the embattled golfer on the links.

Nordegren once worked as Parnevik’s nanny and regularly visits his Florida home. Next time, I guess, she’ll arrive sans husband.

Parnevik did say that while he’s not excited to play with Tiger, he wouldn’t hit him with a golf club. 

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