The US Open begins tomorrow, but American golfer Tiger Woods seems to be having a much more significant personal milestone to achieve at the moment.
Tiger Woods and ex-wife Elin Nordegren. Pic/Getty Images
According to reports in the American media, Woods is keen to get back with his ex-wife Elin Nordegren, who recently split from her billionaire boyfriend Chris Cline.
Woods is also emerging from a failed romance with American ski champ Lindsey Vonn, and according to US sports website TerezOwens.com, the 14-time major-winning golfer has reached out to Nordegren seeking reconciliation.
Woods and Nordegren (35) divorced in 2010 after the golfer was embroiled in a sex scandal that made global headlines.
He later also reportedly underwent therapy for sex-addiction. Woods and Nordegren have two children —daughter Sam (7) and son Charlie (6). Thereafter, Woods (39) got into a relationship with Vonn (30). Their romance lasted a good three years before they split just last month.
Thereafter, reports claimed that the reason for the split was once again Woods' infidelity.
Interestingly, Nordegren had approved of her ex-husband's relationship with Vonn and has always appreciated Woods for being a good father.
"I have moved on and I am in a good place. My relationship with Tiger is centered around our children and we are doing really good — we really are. He is a great father," Nordegren said in an interview some months back.
Meanwhile, Woods, who relished the No 1 status in the golfing world during his marriage to Nordegren, hasn't won a major since 2008. He'll be hoping a prospective rekindled romance with his ex-wife will also help elevate his golfing career once again.