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Report: Elin Wants Full Custody, Half of Everything Tiger Has

Dec 21, 2009 – 12:00 PM
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First, some good news for Tiger Woods: no new mistresses came forward this weekend so the list unofficially stands at 14. And John Daly has even offered his counsel.

Now the bad news: Tiger's mother is apparently "angry and disappointed" by her son's behavior. And rumors persist that Elin Nordegren will seek to divorce Woods, probably sometime after the holidays.

Via the New York Post:

"She wants 100 percent divorce, 100 percent custody of the children, and half of everything. And she won't be changing her mind," a confidant of the Swedish stunner told the British tab[loid News of the World]. The hard-line stance stems from Woods' refusal to seek help for his twin addictions to sex and pills, the paper reported. ...

"Tiger was supposed to be working on getting better, and he hasn't done anything," said Nordegren's pal. "Elin is livid that he hasn't checked into rehab and gotten himself off his drugs. He's acting like a big baby."

The Post puts "half of everything" at $300 million. As for Woods, who hasn't been seen in public since halftime of the Cal-Stanford game on Nov. 21,'s Linda Marx hears things (via SbB):

Woods and a group of buddies, including some golfers, have left North Palm Beach, according to a source who has seen the golfer's 155-ft. luxury yacht. "Tiger's boat Privacy has been docked at Old Port Cove in North Palm Beach for more than a week," the source tells People. "On Saturday morning, after stocking up on provisions from Costco on Northlake Blvd., the boat left town."

Another source tells People that Woods, 33, is going to cruise in the Bahamas for a few days after hanging around the Palm Beach Gardens area this past week.

Whatever happens to Tiger off the course, the consensus seems to be that he should get back to playing golf as soon as possible, take the media glare off his personal problems, and focus on winning tournaments. Daly was right: "... As soon as he comes out he's probably going to win, and then everything's forgotten..."

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