Actually, it probably isn't happening at all; it's being reported by the National Enquirer. But sure when has that stopped us "reporting" on a story they've banged out.
By all accounts, Tiger is offering his ex-wife $200 million dollars to get back with him. That's presumably on top of the handsome divorce settlement (rumoured to be in the region of $110million) she received in August 2010.
Apparently Elin's considering it, but only if he includes an anti-cheating clause to the tune of $350million - which is, according to The Daily Mail, "more than half of Tiger's estimated $600million fortune."
The National Enquirer's reputable source said: "Tiger didn't even balk at the demand. Even though his accountants think he's crazy, he's ready to sign the pre-nup and set a wedding date. The guy has never recovered from being dumped by Elin. He's dated lots of models and bimbos (and waitresses in car parks, and people with missing teeth), but none of them were more than a one night stand." Apart from Rachel Uchitel, who he spent quite a bit of time with. And gave quite a lot of money to.
The Daily Mail adds: "Tiger even got down on one knee and proposed, presenting Elin with a ring for Christmas.The Enquirer also alleges the couple are having sex again and a source claimed: 'Tiger stopped by Elin's rental house one afternoon when their kids were out with a nanny and they had sex for the first time since the split. It took them both by surprise, but they've continued to find alone time when they're both at their homes in Florida'... Tiger is believed to have been left upset after seeing pictures of Elin frolicking with a young hunk on the beach at the Atlantic resort in the Bahamas earlier this month. However, he then discovered the man was Elin's brother Axel. The source said: 'Tiger breathed a sigh of relief. He and Elin actually got a big laugh out of it'."
I'm glad she got a laugh out of it, she could've been a bit on the miffed side considering Tiger didn't remember her brother from any family event, like let's say, their wedding, for example.