The word on the street ... OK, on the Internet, is that Tiger Woods is trying to get his ex-wife Elin Nordegren back.
"I am not going to comment on my private life," Woods told reporters at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship on Thursday.
OK, fair enough. We'll do it for you.
The National Enquirer just published a story saying the golfer proposed to Nordegren again over the holidays. The paper said Woods even offered the former Swedish model a $200 million prenup. She is reportedly considering the offer under one condition -- that he add a $350 million anti-cheating clause to the agreement.
Wow. Who would be worth that kind of cheating clause?
But enough about Salma Hayek.
"Tiger didn't even balk at the demand," a source reportedly told the Enquirer. "Even though his accountants think he's crazy, he's ready to sign the prenup and set a wedding date."
Woods and Nordegren, his wife of nearly six years, divorced in August 2010 in the wake of his much-publicized cheating scandal that included at least a dozen alleged mistresses. Woods and Nordegren have two children together -- Sam, 5, and Charlie, 3. Nordegren reportedly walked away with a handsome $110 million settlement in the divorce.
Since the split, Nordegren has been romantically linked to businessman Jamie Dingman and more recently to Swedish hockey player Douglas Murray.