Tiger Woods' ex-wife, Elin Nordegren, is dating her older, billionaire neighbour Chris Cline. The New York Post reports Nordegren has been seeing coal magnate Chris Cline, a West Virginia native worth a reported $1.2 billion. Both have mansions in the exclusive North Palm Beach, Florida oceanfront community of Seminole Landing, where Nordegren has her home - valued at around $12 million - bulldozed and rebuilt after splitting from the superstar golfer in 2009.
"Elin and Chris have been dating since the holidays," a source tells Page Six of the very quiet new couple. Married twice, Cline is a father of four, owns a luxury yacht called Mine Games, and apparently hosted a Mitt Romney fundraiser in his home last September. When asked about his personal live during a rare interview with Bloomberg last year, Cline replied: "I just haven’t had time to look for a wife."
Nordegren's famous ex-husband Woods, meanwhile, has been dating Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn for several months, and even dispatched his private jet to fetch the gold medalist in Austria following a serious injury.
Another sign of progress for Nordegren and Woods, 37, who split in 2010 after one of the most epic cheating scandals in recent memory? They reunited last month -- and were photographed together for the first time in years -- at a youth sporting event in Jupiter, Fla. with their kids Sam, 5, and Charlie, 4. The now-amicable exes chatted for half an hour and "appeared to enjoy each other's company," according to TMZ.