It's looking like a blue Christmas for Tiger Woods.
Moving trucks were spotted outside of Woods' Florida home where his wife, Elin Nordegren, has been staying since the couple's relationship began to unravel Thanksgiving weekend, according to media reports.
The movers showed up at the Windermere estate with ladders, buckets and rope and began to cart out items under Nordegren's supervision, TMZ.com said.
As to where Elin was going, nobody seems to know.
"She's planning to go somewhere warm and Tiger-free for Christmas," a source told the New York Post, while the New York Daily News said Nordegren and the children will spend the holidays in very un-warm Sweden, while Woods will spend time with close friends.
MSNBC.com, which reported earlier that Woods made monthly payments to several of his female companions, said that Woods and Nordegren are headed for a "permanent split." Recent photos have surfaced of Nordegren not wearing her wedding ring.
"She and Tiger are living separately now, but she'll be making this split very open and official right after Christmas," a source told MSNBC.
The golfing great's life started spinning out of control two weeks ago after his Florida car crash in the wee hours of Nov. 27 made national headlines. In the weeks since, a bizarre story unfolded which forced him to admit to infidelity and take an indefinite leave from the PGA tour. Approximately a dozen women have spoken out and spilled details about their relationship with Woods, who has been in hiding since the scandal broke.