LONDON (AP) — If Tiger Woods and his Swedish wife get divorced, Elin Nordegren won’t be the only one collecting on the settlement.
British bookmaker William Hill is taking bets on just how much Nordegren will get if she decides to divorce the world’s No. 1 golfer, who is taking an indefinite break from the sport after admitting to infidelities.
As the scandal widens, bettors can get 25-1 odds that Nordegren will receive more than half a billion dollars in a divorce settlement. The odds drop to 6-4 for a settlement under $100 million. William Hill is offering only 1-2 odds that she would get between $100 million and $500 million.