Transgressions or not, don't expect Tiger Woods to be divorced by wife Elin Nordegren, who he's apparently trying as hard as he can to make things right with.
Elin and Tiger are undergoing marriage counseling at their home with a counselor who meets with them several times daily, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
She's got other incentives not to leave, too.
Elin is reportedly being paid a hefty seven-figure amount - immediately transferred into an account she alone controls - to stick with the living golf legend.
Moreover, Elin Woods has demanded a total rewrite on the couple's prenup, making the financial payoff for her to remain Mrs. Tiger Woods more enticing.
At this point, the couple needed to remain married for 10 years in order for Woods' wife to collect a settlement of $20 million in the event that they split.
That time frame has been shortened, and the amount increased "substantially."
Tiger and Elin Woods embrace after his win at the 2005 Masters tournament. Despite conquering the world of golf, he's proven to be less than masterful at marriage.
The continuing revelations of alleged Tiger Woods affairs has placed the golfing megastar's management team in what one insider called "panic mode."
Despite the mounting number of stories and even some pretty damning evidence - a supposed voicemail to Jaimee Grubbs left by Woods - a source says that "Tiger still believes stonewalling the press on this is the best approach."
How long he believes that may depend on how many more mistresses come out of the woodwork. He's current at three in less than a week's time.
He did issue a statement Wednesday saying “I haven't been true to my values” and “I have let my family down and I regret those transgressions."
To see just what the superstar was somehow willing to risk with those transgressions, click to enlarge some of our Elin Nordegren pictures below ...