Tiger Woods faces $300m divorce payout if marriage ends

TIGER Woods is staring at a $300 million payout if his marriage breaks down after another alleged mistress came out of the woodwork yesterday.

Reports last night said Woods’ wife, Swedish model Elin Nordegren, has a huge prenuptial agreement that would make it the most expensive celebrity divorce in history.

Overwhelmed by evidence of multiple extramartial affairs, the superstar golfer admitted to “transgressions” that had hurt his wife and children and ruined his public image, the Herald Sun reports.

The admission came as another nightclub hostess, Kalika Moquin, 27, alleged a seven-month affair with Woods.

A picture obtained by celebrity website TMZ showed him in a Las Vegas nightclub at 1.30am on October 4 with a woman who was not his wife.

Woods and Nordegren were having intensive marriage counselling sessions yesterday, with a record divorce payout at stake.

Michael Jordan holds that record with his wife, Juanita, receiving an estimated $150 million settlement.

Greg Norman is not far behind with a $128 million payout to his wife of three decades, Laura Andrassy.

It also emerged yesterday that New York party girl Rachel Uchitel, who stayed at Crown during Woods’ Melbourne visit last month, was there as the billionaire’s guest.

In another twist, sources revealed Woods burned the candle at both ends at Crown, hitting the tables in private gaming suites at the top of the Crown Towers Hotel.

Woods abandoned the Masters gala dinner, where he was the guest of honour, to join US friends in the gambling session. He left his mum Kutilda to dine alone with Premier John Brumby.