Tiger Woods’ new $50 million home on Florida’s Jupiter Island has recently been completed.
The 12 acre intra-coastal home contains a practice complex, just west of the lap pool, with four greens. “His putting green is totally surrounded by dense vegetation,” said real estate agent Jeff Litchenstein on his Palm Beach County Real Estate blog.
Litchenstein added that Woods added a 6,400 square foot gymnasium, which is attached to the house via a glass walkway. The company is also speculating that Woods installed a sub-air temperature and humidity control system under the course, so he can keep the course in optimal condition during the hot Florida summers.
The company says that back in 2007, Woods, bought this $35 million estate on Jupiter Island, and three years later and $15 million later, the home is ready for his relocation.
According to the Palm Beach Post, Woods will be joining fellow professional golfers Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman and Ernie Els, all of whom own homes on the island.