Tiger Woods and ex-wife Elin Nordegren have plans to not only get back together, but remarry, according to reports this week.
The golf superstar and Nordegren divorced after six years of marriage, when numerous extramarital affairs on Woods' behalf were exposed in 2010.
Despite their messy divorce, Woods has allegedly asked the Swedish model to marry him for a second time and popped the question around Christmastime, according to Daily Mail. Woods is likely determined to win back the mother of his children, and was reportedly devastated over the divorce. The former spouses share one daughter, Sam Alexis, age 5, and one son, Charlie Axel, age 3.
Furthermore, Nordegren is reportedly considering the proposal, but demanding a $350 million anti-cheating clause in the prenuptial agreement if they were to remarry.
"Tiger didn't even balk at the demand," a source close to the situation told Fox Sports. "Even though his accountants think he's crazy, he's ready to sign the pre-nup and set a wedding date."
"The guy has never recovered from being dumped by Elin," the insider added. "He's dated lots of models and bimbos, but none of them were more than a one-night stand."
At the time of the divorce, Woods apologized for his "irresponsible, selfish behavior" during a press conference, according to People magazine.
Nordegren reportedly received a whopping $100 million after her divorce from Woods. The former model is supposedly using the money on building a sprawling mansion in North Palm Beach, Fl, according to TMZ.
The home will be complete with a pool, spa, and Koi pond, according to the gossip website. Originally, the $12 million property came with a home built in the 1920s, but Nordergren's architect suggested that it would be more sensible to demolish the entire structure and start afresh rather than bring the home up to current hurricane safety codes.
Nordegren's home will be near Woods, who lives in Jupiter, Fla., 30 miles away.