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Tiger Woods is trying to get back with Elin Nordegren, according to reports, and has put forth a detailed proposal to convince his ex-wife to remarry him.
The National Enquirer first reported that Woods re-proposed to the former Swedish model on Christmas and presented her with a ring, according to The Sun.
The report said Woods has offered to have a detailed prenup drafted up, one that includes a ‘no-cheat’ clause, and offered up $200 million, which is close to half of the golfer’s post-divorce fortune.
Nordegren is said to be considering the deal, on the condition that Woods include a $350 million ‘anti-cheating’ clause.
Woods and Nordegren were divorced in 2010 in an intensely public spectacle after several reports were published detailing Woods’ infidelity. The ordeal caused Woods to take several months away from golf.
Nordegren went so far as to bulldoze the couple’s old $12 million mansion after the divorce, and it was captured on film by a helicopter. Nordegren has been planning to build another $12 million ‘dream house’ over the site.
Since the news of the re-proposal surfaced this week, neither Woods, Nordegren or any of their representatives have confirmed or denied the report.