The Florida Department of Children and Families, escorted by deputies from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, visited Tiger Woods’ home near Windermere on Saturday, reports RadarOnline.com.

Capt. Angelo Nieves of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to RadarOnline.com: “Our deputies met with members of the Department of Children and Families. But all details are being kept secret.”

Nieves would neither confirm nor deny that the deputies and DCF officials went to Tiger’s house.

However, the Web site claims that a source confirms the visit was to Tiger’s family home and it took place around noon.

The visit stems from the events following Tiger’s bizarre car crash after Thanksgiving, says RadarOnline.

Reports from that incident indicated there was a heated altercation between Tiger and his wife Elin Nordegren over his cheating. It is protocol for the DCF to investigate after an in-home suspected domestic violence incident.

Typically investigators from DCF would want to evaluate the safety of a home for children after a domestic violence incident.

Officials were at the home for roughly an hour, sources told RadarOnline.com exclusively.

Tiger and Elin’s young children Sam, 2, and 10-month-old Charlie were at home when the couple got into an argument on Nov. 27.

However, the agency refuses to confirm that its agents paid a visit to the Woods’ family home.

“Florida law requires that all concerns reported to the Florida Department of Children and Families regarding the safety of a child or a vulnerable adult are confidential,” FDCF spokeswoman Carrie Hoeppner tells E! News.

“The department fully explores reported abuse concerns and may respond through a well-being check or a protective investigation. The goal, always, is to ensure that children and vulnerable adults are safe, that their caregivers are providing appropriate care and that they are living in a healthy environment.”

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