Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren plan to share joint custody of their children if they divorce, according to RadarOnline.com. The web site uses language indicating particular confidence that a divorce will indeed occur, reporting that the couple will share custody "when the divorce goes through." (Emphasis added.)
One report has called the high-profile marriage "over," while another source says a divorce is "100 percent happening." Woods is said to have recently seen a divorce lawyer and Nordegren is reportedly engaged in "round-the-clock" discussions with her attorneys. Oddsmakers don't think the marriage will last, either.
Woods' personal life is reportedly floundering just as he is experiencing unusual difficulties on the golf course. He missed the cut two weeks ago after playing the second worst round of golf in his professional career. He struggled last weekend at The Players Championship before withdrawing due to injury concerns. (Just don't ask the Golf Channel what injury that is.)