Saturday, December 5, 2009

Which "Hottie" Should Tiger Drop, If Any?

Tiger Woods is the world's top golfer, and it appears he is shooting under par as a husband, too. A sub-par on the golf course brings him a lot of money. A sub-par at home takes a lot of that money away.

Woods, 33, issued a "profound apology" to his wife, Swedish model Elin Nordegren Woods, Elin Nordegren Woods, family and fans for "transgressions" after being linked to three different women. Informed Woods watchers say it's going to take a lot more than public apologies for his supermodel wife to take him back.

Reports of Woods' alleged affairs -- with (left to right) cocktail waitress Jaimee Grubbs, New York party promoter Rachel Uchitel, and Las Vegas exec Kalika Moquin -- began emerging after Woods crashed his Cadillac Escalade outside his Orlando mansion late Thanksgiving night, after storming out of his home at 2:30 AM.

Subsequent reports have stated Woods has offered his gorgeous Swedish wife anywhere from $10 million to $70 million to stay with him and is willing to alter the couples'pre-nup.

Woods is playing it low key but could be shocked if any of his other romantic conquests start coming out for their share of the pay-to-keep-quiet slush fund.

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