Elin Nordegren is engaged in "round-the-clock" talks with her attorneys about divorcing Tiger Woods, a source tells the Chicago Sun-Times' Bill Zwecker. The Swedish ex-model (PHOTOS) could reportedly receive between $500 and $600 million from her husband if a divorce is reached.
Less than two weeks ago oddsmakers placed the over/under of a possible divorce settlement at $300 million, with the "under" slightly favored. Since then, however, more reports have claimed that a divorce is likely. A source recently said that a divorce is "100% happening," and Nordegren is reportedly interested in moving back to her native Sweden, where she is vacationing with her two children.
Woods, meanwhile, continues to golf. On Thursday he plays his first round at a public golf tournament since his sex scandal unraveled, and he showed up Wednesday sporting a new goatee.
Woods won't be far from one of his alleged mistresses: Joslyn James, the porn star who says Woods impregnated her twice (and sent her highly graphic text messages), plans to strip in Charlotte this weekend -- when she isn't speaking out about a high-profile domestic violence case. Still, bettors don't expect the distraction to affect Tiger's play. He is a 3/1 favorite to win Quail Hollow.