Like Michael Jordan, he is considered among many to be the best ever at what he does: championship golf. But when it comes to keeping his marital house in order, Tiger Woods apparently could never figure out his handicap.
Married in 2003 to Swedish model Elin Nordegren and soon after creating a seemingly perfect life in Jupiter Island, Fla., they had two children as Woods continued his hold on several international golfing titles. But with notoriety, even in his world, comes temptation. A day after a 2009 National Enquirer allegation that he had an affair, Woods crashed his SUV just down the street from his house. He then stopped golfing for the rest of the year. Suddenly, several women came forward with claims they had an affair with Woods. Ultimately he publicly, tearfully admitted his indiscretions and took an indefinite hiatus from the sport that made him famous.
From there it got ugly. As Woods lost millions of dollars in endorsements, he became the butt of late-night comedians and all but fell from grace. In 2010, his divorce became official, settling with Nordegren for a reported $100 million.