"Hey, it's Tiger. I need you to do me a huge favor," Woods says in the message. "Can you please, uh, take your name off your phone? My wife went through my phone and may be calling you. If you can, please take your name off that and, um, what do you call it, just have it as a number on the voicemail. Just have it as your telephone number. You have to do this for me. Huge. Quickly. Bye."
Brad Garrett, a former FBI agent and ABC News consultant, said that it is not possible to authenticate the voicemail message without hearing Woods speak the same words in another context.
The Florida Highway Patrol released this diagram of the accident along with the police report.
Grubbs tells US Weekly that she first met Woods in April 2007 at the Light nightclub in Las Vegas when he tapped her on the shoulder and said, "You don't look like you're having any fun."
What followed was a night of dancing that culminated in the duo returning to Woods' hotel suite at the MGM hotel, according to Grubbs, who says she remembers noticing that the golf star was not wearing a wedding ring.
Woods and Nordegren married in 2004.
While Woods and Grubbs spent the night in separate rooms the night they met, the cocktail waitress says that within days their relationship turned sexual at a San Diego hotel.
In the months to follow, Grubbs claims she'd meet the athlete at hotels and that he would text her messages like, "I hope you're doing well."
Other more risque messages allegedly sent from Woods to Grubbs referenced the 24-year-old's "naked body" and requested that she send him "something very naughty."
Grubbs says in the article that she had not seen Woods in over a year before this past October, when they met in Newport Beach, Calif.
"He gave me a huge hug and said, 'I've missed you. You look amazing,'" Grubbs told US. "We cuddled, watched Angels and Demons, then had sex. It was very romantic."
Claiming that she did not know about Uchitel, Grubbs said that she was "hurt" to hear about another woman.
Grubbs said that she never told Woods that she loved him -- she claims she didn't want to "scare him off" -- but says that she was "getting there."
"I have feelings for him and think maybe he cared about me," she said.
In the days following the crash, Woods stayed mostly mum about the incident besides applauding his wife for her actions, a sentiment he reiterated in today's statement: "Elin has always done more to support our family and shown more grace than anyone could possibly expect."
Woods, who was expected to host and play in the 2009 Chevron World Challenge golf tournament this week, bowed out of his commitments, citing the injuries he incurred in the accident.
So far, several of the major corporations who sponsor Woods -- including Nike and Gatorade -- have vowed to stand by the athlete.