Before their split, Elin Nordegren was a regular fixture on the PGA Tour
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National Enquirer, the tabloid magazine that broke the story of Tiger Woods' infidelity three years ago, is reporting that the famed golfer has proposed to his ex-wife, Elin Nordegren.
Woods is apparently attempting to win back the Swedish ex-model, the mother of his two children, and is said to be offering her a pre-nuptial agreement worth $200 million, or an estimated third of his fortune.
Nordegren is said to be taking the proposal seriously but remains unconvinced that Woods can be faithful, reportedly asking for a $350 million anti-cheating clause to be added to any marriage contract between the pair.
According to a source, Woods is desperate to be reunited with his ex-wife, with whom he split in 2009 after he was exposed as a habitual cheater.
"Tiger didn’t even balk at the demand [for an anti-cheating clause]. Even though his accountants think he's crazy, he’s ready to sign the pre-nup and set a wedding date," the source told the Enquirer.
"The guy has never recovered from being dumped by Elin. He's dated lots of models and bimbos, but none of them were more than a one-night stand."
The source also told the Enquirer that Woods and Nordegren have resumed a physical relationship, though they have kept it hidden from their children.
"Tiger stopped by Elin’s rental house one afternoon when their kids were out with a nanny and they had sex for the first time since the split," the source said.
Woods and Nordegren have been separated since 2009, when reports of his infidelity first came to light. She received a reported $100 million in their divorce settlement one year later.