Former world's no.1 golfer Tiger Woods might be starting to patch things up with his ex-wife Elin Nordegren after on-lookers spotted what they deemed a sign of reconciliation between the golf star and former supermodel.
Woods, who missed the remainder of the PGA Tour season with a season-ending back injury, has remained supportive for his girlfriend and pro skier Lindsay Vonn during her rehabilitation, but there are reports that the 14-time Grand Slam winner is having a change of heart following the end of Nordegren's relationship with business mogul Chris Cline.
"Tiger has supported Lindsey through a difficult injury and rehab, and she has played the role of supportive girlfriend as well, cheering Tiger on during golf tournaments," the Inquistr noted.
"There could be trouble looming, and it has to do with Tiger's ex, Elin Nordegren. The model and mother to two of Tiger's kids recently split from her boyfriend, billionaire Chris Cline, leading to speculation that Tiger may leave Lindsey Vonn and try to re-kindle the romance with his ex."
Nordegren received $100 million from her divorce settlement with Woods and part of that amount of money was spend for the construction of a $12.2M mansion in Palm Beach. Surprisingly, a mini golf was spotted inside the estate, and it was enough to ignite speculation about the current affair between the estranged couple.
"There were mixed interpretations of the gesture," Inquistr wrote on Nordegren's decision to build a mini-golf course. "Nordegren is not known as a golfer herself, so many thought it was built as a dig to her ex husband and a way to flaunt the reported $100 million she took in the divorce.
"But others suggest that it could mean Elin and Tiger are slowly patching things up and could be headed for a reunion."
Woods already underwent surgery and is expected to spend the last two months of the year training with a goal of competing in every PGA Tour tournament in 2015.
"Design is to start taking swings by the end of September or early October. Gives him 2 months to prep for the World Challenge," according to Tiger Woods tracker.