You can't judge that. His image as a family man was important to his endorsements.
And there's also the idea that a marriage is a partnership.
I don't think that a woman who marries a rich man should be limited to the amount she earned during the marriage.
Not at all. Tiger's biggest endorsement is Nike. He had that well before he even knew Elin. His others like Gillette and Gatorade don't really have anything to do with being a family man. The reason he earned so much from endorsements is because he's a ridiculously good golfer, is one of the most recognisable faces in sport, and has a clean cut image. He screwed that up undoubtedly, and he's paying the price for it. But $750 million for his wife? Seriously?
Fine, marriage is a partnership. I have no problem with her being comfortable for the rest of her life. Tiger should give her way more than she'll ever need. He screwed her over, and has to face the consequences.
I read today that Cheryl Cole today plans to take no money from Ashley Cole after their divorce. I know she's better off than Elin, but this still seems so much more classy than trying to milk her ex-husband for all he's worth. And what Ashley did to her was pretty much identical to what Tiger did.