From the National Enquirer:
HORN-DOG golfer TIGER WOODS is so desperate to win back his ex-wife ELIN NORDEGREN that he offered her a whopping $200 million prenup to marry him again, sources tell The ENQUIRER.
Elin, who reaped a $110 million payday in their 2010 divorce settlement, told him she’d consider it – but only if he was willing to ink a $350 million anti-cheating clause in the wedding contract.
“That’s more than half of Tiger’s $600 million fortune, an amount which she feels is enough to keep him from straying and put her firmly in control of their relationship,” said a source. “Tiger didn’t even balk at the demand. Even though his accountants think he’s crazy, he’s ready to sign the prenup and set a wedding date. The guy has never recovered from being dumped by Elin. He’s dated lots of models and bimbos, but none of them were more than a one-night stand. He’s 37 years old, his golf game isn’t what it used to be, and Tiger is beginning to realize that Elin and their two children are what really matter to him most.”
Once golf ’s greatest superstar, Tiger’s career and marriage fell apart after The ENQUIRER revealed his affair with a New York party girl, and his secret life as a serial cheater was exposed.
Since their bombshell divorce, Elin, 33, has dated several men, including wealthy financier Jamie Dingman. But the romances went nowhere for the mom of Tiger’s two cubs – daughter Sam, 5, and son Charlie, 3 – and the golf legend repeatedly begged her to take him back, sources say.
“Tiger swore that he’d never cheat on her again, but Elin told him that she didn’t believe him,” said an insider.
Despite that, Tiger continued to pursue her, and last November, he actually got down on one knee and proposed, the insider added.
To prove his proposal is the real deal, Tiger not only agreed to Elin’s prenup terms but also presented her with a pricey ring for Christmas. … “Tiger told me, ‘I love Elin. Without her, I’ll be miserable for the rest of my life.’”
I know, I know: the National Enquirer. Not generally all that reliable, but something about this story stuck out to me. Plus, the Enquirer seems really, irrationally excited and adamant about the news, and you know what? I think it might be true, guys. Honestly, I do. What do you say—do you think there’s a possibility of the story being real, and would you take Tiger Woods back after all that cheap, seedy cheating he did?