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I reckon every divorce lawyer in the US is getting excited at the moment. Yes, he's been a bad boy but I think a lot of it is down to him missing out on the prime of his social life because of his utter devotion to golf. When you haven't had a chance to 'sow the seeds', especially when you have everything going for you, that itch is always going to be there....

So worst case scenario, he loses half a billion dollars in a divorce settlement. Don't cry too much for him, he'd still have more money left than 99% of sportspeople combined....

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  1. Tiger's prenup would be bulletproof I'd imagine.

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  2. LOL - It's nice to know that even the best have issues in life!

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  3. Even with a pre-nup, after five years, two kids and him being naughty, the American legal system will be beyond ridiculous.

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  4. Good afternoon¡¡

    Sorry for my english, i´m triying to improve it, but in this moment it isn´t very good. I write you for because I have seen your web and i would like you to visit my blog of golf bets:

    http://betfan.blogspot.com/

    In it, I continue a strategy for first days of golf tournaments (European Tour, PGATour, Australian TOur). I begin it in this other web:

    http://foroapuestas.forobet.com/estrategias-de-apuestas-deportivas/30890-descubriendo-al-golfista-tapado.html

    I would like you give your opinion for my strategy. And if you like it i could put a link to your blog. We can coloborate if you want it.

    Thank you very much¡¡¡ And again sorry my bad English¡¡

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