Along with his 81 PGA tour titles, including 15 majors, Tiger Woods has earned $1.5 billion since he turned pro in 1996. How the man lives the sport is also reflected in his $54 million mansion in Florida, which in itself is a mini golf course and a miniature sporting world.
Woods moved into his Jupiter Island home in 2010, near the time he was getting divorced from his first wife Elin Nordegren.
The mansion is approximately 9,700 square feet, with two separate sections: a 3,300-square-foot living quarters and a 6,400-square-foot multipurpose building, including a world-class gym, a theater and multimedia room and an oxygen therapy room.
The multipurpose building includes a world-class gym, a theater and multimedia room, an elevator and an oxygen therapy room.
That doesn’t even cover the outdoors. The property has a 100-foot swimming and lap pool, a 60-foot diving pool, a basketball-tennis court combo and a spa. Tiger Woods has boat access to the property with two docks that welcome his guests in from the water.
Step inside of the mansion. The suite of sofas makes the living room cozy and relaxing. The Woods family must have spent a lot of quality time here.
Woods’ house also contains a wine cellar for the adults and a basement game room for his two kids Charlie and Sam.
His restaurant “The Woods Jupiter” is just around the corner from this property.
Tiger Woods and his then-wife Nordegren purchased a private island in Sweden, just an hour away from Stockholm. But the couple never moved in, and sold it to a Swedish millionaire for $7.1 million when they split up.
The property boasts a private harbor, a rocky shoreline, several acres of untouched woodland, a hunting lodge, a large yard, and six golf tees.
The island’s villa, built from locally sourced wood, comes equipped with an outdoor hot tub.
As darkness falls, the house is tastefully illuminated by a number of outdoor lights.
The master bedroom boasts a medieval feeling, equipped with a wooden bed, wooden light fittings and a wooden shelve.
The kitchen includes a breakfast bar, a wood-burning stove and a disguised extractor fan.
The living room of the main lodge is bright and very woodsy.
The hunting lodge offers another space away from the main house to enjoy some solitude.
The island includes six tee boxes serving a single custom golf hole.
The protected quay catches the evening sun and it’s only an hour’s boat ride from the island to the Stockholm archipelago.