Woods and Nordegren possibly out of the rough
Tiger Woods has been trying to rebuild his personal life. For the first time since the eventful SUV crash that resulted in lawsuits, loss of endorsements and divorce, Woods is reportedly rekindling his relationship with his ex-wife, Elin Nordegren.
Nordegren, who sued Woods for about $110 million in 2010, was seen with Woods and their two children at a youth sports event Saturday in Jupiter, Fla., according to the Los Angeles Times.
The two spoke for about 30 minutes then were seen leaving together. Woods had shown up about an hour earlier with their two children, Samantha, five, and Charlie, three. The couple is reportedly trying to get back together, with Woods offering monetary incentive. That proposal is reportedly around $350 million as an anti-cheating clause into the wedding contract, according to the Daily Mail.
Earlier in January, Woods reportedly offered $200 million as a prenuptial agreement. It seems that Nordegren wanted a little more just to be on the safe side.
Woods is now 37, and Nordegren is 33. They have many years ahead of them, and it’s always better to resolve conflict sooner than later. Three years of waiting have certainly provided the couple plenty of time to reflect.