(FOX News) - Golf ace Tiger Woods is trying to convince ex Elin Nordegren to marry him again with a megabucks prenup and an anti-cheating clause, the National Enquirer reports.
The shamed sportsman, who was exposed for his serial cheating behind Elin's back in 2009, is desperate to win her back, the magazine claims, offered a $200 million prenup to the stunning Swede.
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And she is said to be considering the proposal, but only if he includes a $350 million anti-cheating clause.
Elin, 33, who had children Samantha, five, and three-year-old Charlie with the ace, won a $110 million settlement when she divorced Woods.
Now she is said to feel the new deal, worth more than half of Woods' $600 million, would be enough to keep him from cheating again.
The couple were divorced in 2010 after it was revealed Woods cheated on Elin with a loooooooooong list of women.
Elin is currently rebuilding a $12 million estate in North Palm Beach in Florida to create her dream home.
She has dated several men, including a wealthy financier. But the Enquirer claims Woods got down on one knee to pop the question at Christmas and even presented Elin with a ring.
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