Tiger Woods' primary house will not be his for much longer, RadarOnline reports. According to the web site, wife Elin Nordegren will gain control of the home as part of the couple's still-rumored divorce settlement.
The Woods-Elin divorce rumors picked up in late June, with one report claiming that divorce papers were "about to be signed" and another saying that the negotiations were in their "final meetings." The former Swedish model is rumored to be receiving as much as $750 million, although TMZ has disputed the claim.
While Nordegren has reportedly secured ownership of their primary home, Woods continues to struggle at professional golf -- and his anger occasionally gets the best of him, as always. His earnings plummeted during the past year, but he is still one of the country's favorite athletes.