Tiger Woods' rampant and recently-exposed marital infidelity did not stop him from being named the Athlete of the Decade by The Associated Press yesterday.
It's caused his wife to stop wanting to be married to him, though.
A source close to Woods' wife, Elin Nordegren, told ABC News that a "divorce is 100 percent on" and it's only a question of timing and logistics at this point.
Elin Woods has already been seen without her wedding ring.
"It would not appear that Elin Nordegren is going to be standing by her man," Kate Coyne of People told Good Morning America in an interview Wednesday.
"Sources have told us that Elin has told us the marriage is over and she's looking to divorce Tiger," even if at the same time, "she's not rushing the process."
"She's going to take her sweet time. The way this is playing out [Elin Woods] wants all the dirty laundry to be out on the table before she signs anything."
Elin and Tiger Woods will divorce before long, sources report.
So she's waiting for cocktail waitresses 12-25 to be named. A pretty good strategy, as her stands to improve as the list of Tiger Woods mistresses grows.
Rumors are swirling in their Windermere, Fla., community that Elin may already have kicked Tiger's a$$ out and/or begun the process of moving out.
"He's been coming by in the early evenings only for their counseling and therapy," one resident says, but if this report is to be believed, it's of little use.
It's also being reported that Elin Woods and their kids - Sam, 2, and Charlie, 10 months - won't be spending the holiday with Tiger, but far, far away.
The N.Y. Post said she wants to go somewhere "Tiger-free ," while the N.Y. Daily News said she wants to "spend the holidays with her family in Sweden."
Is Elin Woods making the right call? Or should she stick it out for the kids, forgiveness (and her own bank account)? Tell us: Elin should ...