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Tiger Defeated at the Masters

Tiger Woods was defeated at the Masters Tournament, finishing in fourth place. Woods seemed grouchy and says he's taking another break from golf. INSIDE EDITION has the latest.

Elin Woods fled Florida on a private jet as her husband left the Masters in defeat.

A new video shows Elin boarding a plane in Orlando, her things packed in a large suitcase. She left their two children in the care of nannies at their Orlando estate.

The Tiger Woods drama took a backseat at the Masters as another golfing great and his family stole the spotlight.

A triumphant Phil Mickelson and his wife Amy, who's suffering from breast cancer, shared a teary 25-second hug and won hearts across the nation.

"One for Amy" reads one headline. As the Mickelsons embraced, Woods walked off the course alone.

"I entered this event, and I only enter events to win and I didn't get it done," said Woods.

He finished fourth, and it was almost painful to watch him disintegrate. Although Woods was given a standing ovation by the enormous crowd, he seemed grouchy and not at all gracious.

Armen Keteyian of the CBS Early Show said, "I thought it was a big missed opportunity there for Tiger, to really thank the people at Augusta."

Tiger says he'll now take another break from golf to reflect on his future.