Tiger Wood's Going To Pay Billions For His Divorce

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Woods does not want his wife to give an interview about him, or write a book about her life with him, another source tells people that much of the haggling has been about child custody. Elin had to agree that she will never discuss Tiger's extramarital affairs. She will retain full custody of the couple's two children, 3 year-old Sam and 1-year-old Charlie. Tiger will get visitation rights, but he cannot bring any girlfriends around the children. Woods and Nordegren are working toward a joint-custody arrangement, a rumor that was circulated before a new report alleged that the two are no longer speaking to each other.

This settlement thought to be the most expensive in history, but it would wipe out nearly three-quarters of Woods' previously estimated fortune of $1 billion, although the Sun reports that Nordegren's legal team discovered he was worth much more than that to date.

Tiger wood is tied for 75th place in a field of 81 players at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational after recording a 72 in the first round and a 74 in the second round. A score of 146 after two rounds would mean Woods would not make the weekend cut, but because the Bridgestone Invitational is a World Golf Championship event, there is no cut after the first two rounds of play. Woods needs to at least finish between 50th and 57th, or better, this week to be one of the top 100 to advance to next week's Deutsche Bank Championship, the second of four playoff events. Each carries a $7.5 million purse, and there's a $35 million bonus pool up for grabs.


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