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People do crazy things following a separation such as burning notes, throwing away clothes, ripping apart pictures, weeping themselves to sleep, excessively exercising, overeating or even fasting. In Elin Nordegrens case, she decided to burn $12.3 million on a mansion to ease her pain. I guess when you’re worth a 100 mill after a divorce, the whole “moving on process” operates on a whole other level. Recently, she found herself dissatisfied with her massive home in North Palm Beach, FL and decided to take a wrecking ball to it and tear it to smithereens. She will be replacing her old home with a new mansion built from scratch. This is probably a good investment for Elin Nordegren because she is pretty good at landing “on the green”.
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A dozen years ago, one of golf's greatest seasons started with a bang when Tiger Woods overcame Ernie Els in an unforgettable playoff at the opener in Maui.
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Mark calendars: This year's G-Day spring game will be April 14. That's the weekend after Tiger Woods returns to glory and wins The Masters.— Seth Emerson (@SethEmerson) January 04, 2012
Well played, sir. Now if we can do something about the musical choices offered during games…
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Tiger Woods' ex-wife Elin Nordegren has demolished a multi-million dollar home in an exclusive Palm Beach County gated community to make way for a new mansion, The Palm Beach Post reported.
According to the newspaper, the $12.3 million home was bought a year ago, and the county issued the demolition permit on Dec. 16 for the 17,000 square foot two-story house, which featured...
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The ex Mrs. Tiger Woods is not just making use of the $100 million, she received in her divorce for the golf star, she is putting on a show with it, recently purchasing a $12 million dollar mansion and then bulldozing it.
Tiger Woods' ex-wife, Elin Nordegren, has just demolished her $12
million Florida mansion -- so she can build a better home on the
same plot, TMZ reported Thursday.