1.Elin Nordegren’s Early Life
2. Cover Girl Model On Cafe Sport
It turns out that Nordegren’s beauty hadn’t flown completely under the radar. Before dating Tiger Woods, she had set her foot in the sports world - modeling. In 2000, she was the cover girl model for Cafe Sport.
3. Coming to the States
When Nordegren worked in a clothing store, she came across Mia Parnevik, wife of Jesper Parnevik, a Swedish golfer, and went together with them to the U.S. to be a nanny for the family.
4. She Caught Attention
After being introduced to the sports world by Mia and Jesper, she drew a lot of attention. Some single golfers showed great
showed great interest in her and wanted to date her.
5. Woods Was One Of Them
Although Tiger Woods liked Nordegren, she happened to be dating somebody at that time. He didn’t seem to mind though and continued to ask for a date with her for over a year.
6. The Meeting
They were finally introduced in 2001 at the British Open and started a relationship that would last for three years before their eventual marriage.
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