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Cape Town - Several days after a knee injury that could jeopardise her spot on next year's US Olympic team, Lindsey Vonn was seen boarding Tiger Woods' private jet as she left Austria.

According to ThePostGame website, normally this might just be seen as a kind gesture by the golf star, but amid speculation Vonn and Woods are an item, this only serves to incite rumors about their relationship.

Vonn, whose divorce from ex-husband and former Olympic skier Thomas Vonn was finalised in January, told the Denver Post that she and Woods are "just friends."

Woods has the week off, electing not to compete in the PGA Tour's Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

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