Approaching Augusta, Tiger Setting Life Back on Track

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Being 2nd all time in PGA Tour wins, including four Masters jackets, and the odds on favorite to win Augusta this April, having slept with over 121 women in your life.

It’s a TFM.

Putting a 5-iron through the windshield of your husband’s Escalade after finding out he was banging porn stars and the girl next door.

It’s a TSM?

But genuinely working to remediate your marriage with your smoking hot, Swedish supermodel ex-wife, by providing a good father-figure for your children. Now that there is an RFM.

Right now, as the second weekend in April inches closer, Tiger Woods prepares to tackle the $8 million purse that has eluded him since his last green jacket in 2005, and it seems he’s guilty of pulling the latter.

But hey, who could blame the guy if, after all of that, she’s willing to try, right?

Per Daily Mail.

Tiger Woods and his ex-wife Elin Nordegren have been pictured together today for the first time in years, sparking rumors the pair may be rekindling their romance.

It’s been more than three years since Nordegren, 33, smashed her former husband’s SUV with a golf club after news of his rampant cheating surfaced.

And now the two have both showed up at a youth sports event with their kids in Jupiter, Florida, appearing to be one big happy family – at least briefly – before leaving together.

You’ve gotta love this, guys. After EVERYTHING he did to her, she’s willing to try to make it work – and seems to be having a good time in Tiger’s company.

I’ve got to respect Tiger for this too. Out of the 315 million people in America, he’s among those that have a certainty of getting hounded when out public. Yet he’s happy to just sit back and take it, because he cares about his kids and getting his life back on track.

After a fall from grace like that, you’ve got to appreciate a guy that just wants to be happy again. It makes perfect sense too, because historically Tiger’s play has always been correlated with his attitude and the positive relationships of those around him.

Whether it was in the eyes of his late father for who he loved to play, working with his long time friends, caddy Steve Williams and swing coach Hank Haney, or in the eyes of the beautiful women that he loved to love, he made some of his most epic runs when enjoying the company of the people around him.

Throughout his career, as relationships soured with all of the aforementioned, Tiger’s winning ways declined dramatically. He still hasn’t won the Masters since losing his father in 2006 and has seldom seen the cardboard check with a #1 on it since things fell apart on the home front.

Maybe this is just the kind of lifestyle Woods needs to get his game on track…

If things continue to progress in accordance with reports that the couple is working on a financial nuptial agreement that gets them back together, it’s understandable that Tiger will remain the Masters’ favorite.

Currently an 11/2 bet, I honestly believe that Tiger is going to show up on April 11th with something to prove to the world, and that’s why I’ve already made that bet. I’ve just got that feeling in my gut that Tiger’s demeanor will see him show up to Augusta ready to make shots that will breed another replay for the ages, like this guy:

Don’t be surprised if Augusta this year proves to be the turnaround that Tiger’s career and persona has needed, and moves him one 42R closer to matching Jack’s closet.

After all, that’s all that Tiger dreams of, when he takes a little tiger snooze.

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Ashley Schaeffer is a senior contributing writer for Total Frat Move. If you thought he was a woman, he'll take that as a compliment, because he loves women. Wooh. He's proud to hold two degrees from Penn State, and certainly contributed to the university's reputable rankings in the party school category during his time there. He's even more proud to anchor the TFM News team. Feel free to hit up his pager or drop an email (SchaefferTFM@gmail.com) with any warranted leads, or just to shoot the breeze about Philly sports. In the meantime, drop by his dealership for great deals on gently used BMW's.

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