U.S. team member Tiger Woods arrives at the closing ceremonies with his wife Elin Nordegren at the Presidents Cup golf tournament at Harding Park golf course in San Francisco, California, October 11, 2009. (Photo : REUTERS/Matt Sullivan)
Yesterday, we reported about the rumors that Tiger Woods is willing to give up half of his net worth in an anti-cheating clause in order to remarry his ex-wife, Elin Nordegren. According to the National Enquirer, the pro-golfer got down on one knee with an engagement ring asking for the former Swedish model's hand in marriage on Christmas Day.
In 2010, the couple divorced after it was revealed that Woods was a serial cheater who had multiple affairs with porn stars and strippers. Reports say that Nordegren is also willing to kiss and make up if Woods signs a $200 million pre-nuptial agreement with the inclusion of a $350 million anti-cheating clause.
Inside sources told the Enquirer that the all-star athlete didn't flinch at Nordegren's demands because he'll do anything to get back with her. "Tiger told me 'I love Elin. Without her, I'll be miserable for the rest of my life,'" one source told the Enquirer.
Well, that may be the case, but the golf champion stayed quiet when asked about the rumors yesterday at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.
During a press conference on Thursday, Woods was asked if he and Nordegren were trying to rekindle their old flame. In response, Woods said "I am not going to comment on my private life."
Now, we can't blame Woods for wanting to keep his love life private, but the signs are pretty clear, since Nordegren is building a new home near his house in South Florida. The Enquirer also reported that the two have been indulging in romance.
"Tiger stopped by Elin's rental house one afternoon when their kids were out with a nanny and they had sex for the first time since the split. It took them both by surprise, but they've continued to find alone time when they're both at their homes in Florida" states the gossip magazine.