In a decision that seemed inevitable after Tiger Woods' jaw-dropping revelations of infidelity last year, Elin Nordegren divorced the world's No. 1 golfer on Aug. 23. The two, whose marriage was described as "irretrievably broken" in divorce papers, plan to share custody of their two children, Sam and Charlie. Since the Nov. 27 early-morning car accident involving Woods outside their Florida home--which led to months of tabloid gossip--he has juggled divorce proceedings, therapy and playing on the PGA Tour. Woods, who has not won since late last year, is in danger of losing his No. 1 ranking.