Tiger Woods has returned to golf, but his cheering section is about to decline by one, as Elin Nordegren consults divorce lawyers in Florida and California.
According to reports, the former model has not spent one night with her husband since he returned from sex rehab in time to prepare for The Masters.
Instead, Elin Nordegren Woods stays in the Isleworth community near their Orlando, Fla., home in a separate house with their two kids and nannies.
"Elin is over Tiger, it's time to get her house in order," says a source in Orlando, who says it's less of a question of if Elin will divorce Tiger, but when.
As we reported this week, Nordegren is talking to lawyers about divorce possibilities, and when and if she files, it will most likely go down in Florida.
Elin Woods reportedly has a prenup that would pay $20 million if she stays married for 10 years, but has had legal experts pursue sweetening the deal.
Unconfirmed reports say Woods offered an additional $80 million in a revised prenup, but even that won't make her put up with (or put out for) him.
One thing that is confirmed is that she bought a $2 million Swedish home on a secluded island and is fixing it up. Is she moving to Sweden for good?
Elin, reports say, will soon go to her new Swedish home for a visit. What's unclear is if she comes back ... not that a divorce would be quick or easy.
In Florida, where there are children involved, the law requires a three-month parental counseling course before any divorce would become legal.
Florida has done this to try to decrease divorces and protect the children in hopes of changing the mind of the parent who wants to sever the ties.
Also, if Elin Woods does divorce Tiger, the assets are so numerous, it could take more than a year to review them all and hammer out logistics.
Bottom line if/when she does? Tiger is going to get reamed. Nothing is official yet, but what do you think Elin Woods should do?