Tiger Woods Divorce: Golf Phenom Already Getting Propositioned

Woods' personal and professional downward spiral began with a Thanksgiving holiday car crash that set off an avalanche of allegations about sexual infidelity. Throughout, Nordegren, 30, remained noticeably absent, while reports flew that she could receive anywhere from $100 million to $500 million in assets from a divorce settlement.

Woods, 34, took a 5-month-long leave from golf after more than a dozen women came forward to claim they'd had affairs with him. Now back on the green, his game continues to decline. The man who once seemed a sure thing to break Jack Nicklaus' record for victories at the sport's four major tournaments failed to finish higher than fourth at any of the year's first three majors.

In his other five PGA tournaments this year he withdrew from one, missed the cut at another and finished no higher than 19th at the others.

"I'm trying to make life adjustments, life changes," a more somber Woods said at a May press conference for the Players Championship tournament in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. "I'm just trying to make sure I get everything organized so I can play."

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