A woman, now identified as Tiger Wood's mother-in-law, was taken by ambulance from Tiger Woods' mansion in Windermere, FL last night and driven to a hospital, according to media reports.
The Orlando Sentinel newspaper reported that a call came in at 2:36 AM from Woods' home on Deacon Circle.
Barbaro Holmberg is in stable condition after an early morning 911 call from the estate, said Health Central Hospital spokesman Dan Yates. Holmberg was admitted early Tuesday suffering from stomach pain. She is the mother of Woods' wife, Elin.
Health Central is the same hospital where Woods was treated after he crashed his sport utility vehicle outside his home last month.
The initial call to Woods' home was about a medical emergency, an Orange County Fire Rescue spokeswoman Genevieve Latham, told the newspaper. "It was a medical call and the patient refused to be transported to the hospital," Latham said.
Media attention has been focused on the world's No. 1 golfer since he hit a hydrant and a tree around 2:25 a.m. on the Friday after Thanksgiving.
TMZ is also reporting separately that Woods was admitted to Health Central Hospital that day as an overdose case. Sources connected with the hospital told TMZ that Woods' chart listed "OD" and that he was having trouble breathing, and that he entered under an alias, William Smith, with his wife, Elin Nordegren by his side.
It follows reports that pill bottles for Ambien and Vicodin were found at Woods' recent crash scene, that lead to the revelations of numerous affairs. No other media outlets, however, were confirming that second TMZ story.
The Associated Press contributed to this report