Apparently, Tiger Woods' divorce from Elin Nordegren is imminent so headlines like "Source: Tiger Not Allowed to Date!" are temporary. But according to US Weekly, the decision to abstain from entertaining new ladyfriends isn't Tiger's. Nope, that's his crack legal team trying to save him a few bucks in the divorce settlement.
"Elin's building a character case [based on his serial philandering]," an insider tells US Weekly. "Elin's team is watching [Tiger's] every move."Just something north of $168 million? That's it? Relatively speaking, that sounds like a bargain compared to the $750 million number the Chicago Sun-Times' Bill Zwecker was throwing around last week.
Her goal? "She wants more money than Michael Jordan's ex got," another source says, referring to the former NBA star's $168 million payout to his ex-wife.
As for Woods' kids, Sam, 2, and Charlie, 15 months, US Weekly's sourse says "they'll share [custody]. ... "But she wants permission to take them to Sweden whenever she wants."
I suppose there will come a time when news of Tiger will again be relegated to on-course goings-on. I'm just not sure when that time will be.
via Out of Bounds