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Elin Nordegren, Tiger Woods' Ex-Wife, Has Found Love Again

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Jul. 15 2011, Published 2:33 p.m. ET

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As she settles into her $12.2 million dollar mansion in Florida, looks like Elin Nordegren is picking up the pieces and moving on with her life. And by that we mean she's found a new man! The woman formerly married to Tiger Woods is reportedly dating Jamie Dingman, a billionaire's son. Find out more after the jump!

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As reported by The New York Post, she's been dating him for months. So, who exactly is Jamie? According to friends he's an emerging-markets whiz and has represented his father's business endeavors in China the past several years. In the mid-1990s he worked in Russian private equity funds and oh yeah, if that's not all, he owned an Indy car-racing team. Baby got bank!

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Jamie recently spent time with Elin in Florida and Sweden and they were apparently hanging out at her apartment in Stockholm. Earlier this week they were spotted together outside of her home.

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A friend told the newspaper that unlike Tiger, Jamie is extremely private and out of the press. "He's never been so happy. He and Elin have strong feelings for each other. He's a classic all-American guy. He's handsome, a total gentleman and low-key. He's never been in the press. Elin's a very lucky girl; he's a great guy but very private."

And in case you're wondering, no, "he doesn't play golf."

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