Lindsey Vonn: 'I am definitely not getting married'

Tiger Woods plays a shot as his girlfriend, Lindsey Vonn, and his coach Sean Foley look on during a practice round for the 2013 Open Championship at Muirfield.

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Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn have been publicly dating for about four months now. As for marriage, though, that isn't in the cards, Vonn revealed in a Vogue article on Wednesday.

"(Mixing love and business) It definitely did not work for me, and I would not recommend it. I would also not recommend getting married," said Vonn, who, like Woods, has been married before. She divorced her former coach and former Olympic skier, Thomas Vonn, in January. She and Woods announced their relationship in March.

When asked if she ever would consider getting remarried, Vonn replied: "No thanks. I am definitely not getting married. To anyone.”

Vonn also talked in the article about how she and Woods met. The two hit it off at a charity event in 2012, and after that, according to the piece, what was initially a long-distance friendship evolved into much more.

“We immediately clicked, you know? It was just one of those things," Vonn said. “We talked a lot, corresponded a lot, and he was a good friend who was always there. And then it became more.”

Vonn has been on hand at several of Woods' tournaments so far this season, including this week at Muirfield, where Woods is trying to win his first major since the 2008 U.S. Open. And although she's no stranger to the spotlight, Vonn has had to get used to the increased attention that comes along with being Tiger Woods' girlfriend.

“Tiger’s fame is obviously in the extreme, the amount of scrutiny that he’s constantly under,” Vonn said. “But that’s the thing: It all comes back to being happy. It doesn’t really matter what anyone else thinks; do what you love to do and be happy and that’s it.”

Click here to read the full Vogue article.

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