Elin Nordegren is so over Tiger Woods. That's the consensus from everything we've read, and it's hard to blame the woman. But is Tiger over his wife, as well?
All indications are still that a divorce is "100 percent happening," and it's not just the endless parade of cocktail waitress mistresses that solidified their fate.
"The writing is on the wall," says a well-versed source close to Tiger. "He committed to several additional golf tournaments, which effectively says eff you, Elin."
"She was not in support of him returning to golf. His self-imposed hiatus didn't last; he screwed up at the Masters and left his calm, collected image in ruins."
The insider, who has dealings with Tiger Woods both professionally and socially, believes an official divorce announcement could be a mere few days away.
Still, this is Tiger Woods Inc. Even the specifics of how the divorce will be announced has potential to be quite the protracted battle between Tiger and Elin.
Tiger's marriage status resembles his face in this awesome doctored pic.
"Even [the divorce] will be negotiated," the source says. "Does [Tiger] take the high road and 'allow' her to file, or can he not stand the idea of people thinking he wasn't in control? What will the statement say regarding custody?"
"Right now, you'd think he'll be bargaining for joint physical custody when she'll surely want to piss him off and file for sole custody. As for spousal/child support? I daresay things are about to get even juicer than you think."
Really? We're thinking pretty juicy stuff.
If we were Elin, we'd take a cue from the Sandra Bullock-Jesse James divorce and get the ball rolling ASAP. What's the use in dragging it out? Give up. Move on.
She supposedly wants to start over in Sweden. Hopefully, if Tiges respects his soon-to-be former wife and kids, he'll just bow out and let her do it up.
This would make sense from a business standpoint, too. His PR blitz wouldn't exactly get a boost from preemptively ditching the wife ... if she does, though?
Maybe, just maybe, the public sees Tiger Woods as a sympathetic figure, or at least a guy who got what he deserved and can now move on to better things.
Like the Orlando cocktail lounge VIP scene. HOLLA!