Tiger Woods: Inside the golfer’s lifestyle, with a £41m mansion and £100,000 golf club membership

A £41m Florida mansion with basement games room, home cinema, his own restaurant… and £100,000 a year golf club membership! Inside the incredible Florida lifestyle of legendary golfer Tiger Woods on the exclusive island of Jupiter

  • Tiger Woods enjoys a luxurious lifestyle at the Millionaire’s Playground on Jupiter Island
  • The legendary golfer lives in a £41 million mansion in Florida, southeast America
  • Woods is part of the Medalist Golf Club, which has a membership of £100,000 per year

It is clear that Tiger Woods enjoys a lavish lifestyle in Florida.

The legendary golfer has a net worth of over $1 billion (£880 million), according to ForbesAfter a stellar career, he ranked second in the list of the men’s major championships.

Woods is enjoying the fruits of his work at the millionaire Jupiter Island course, which has also housed former US President George HW Bush, singer Celine Dion and fellow pro golfers Gary Player, Lee Trevino and Greg Norman.

Legendary golfer Tiger Woods (pictured) apparently enjoys a luxurious lifestyle in Florida, USA

Legendary golfer Tiger Woods (pictured) apparently enjoys a luxurious lifestyle in Florida, USA

Woods lives in a modern mansion on the exclusive island of Jupiter worth £41m

Woods lives in a modern mansion on the exclusive island of Jupiter worth £41m

Woods lives in a modern mansion on the exclusive island of Jupiter worth £41m

The 46-year-old veteran obviously loves him in the southeastern American state of the Sunshine and previously lived in Windermere, Orange County, where he enjoys an incredibly luxurious lifestyle.

Speaking of Jupiter, home to about 900 people, Woods once said: ‘In Orlando, there’s a bunch of lakes, but it’s not the ocean. Jupiter is just a wonderful region to live in.

His Florida home, built in 2010, is worth around £41m and is located near another 15,000-square-foot mansion he built for his mother, Cotilda, next to Jupiter Island after buying a plot of land.

Jupiter Island was the home of former US President George HW Bush, singer Celine Dion and fellow golfers Gary Player, Lee Trevino, and LIV Golf Series President Greg Norman.

Jupiter Island was the home of former US President George HW Bush, singer Celine Dion and fellow golfers Gary Player, Lee Trevino, and LIV Golf Series President Greg Norman.

Jupiter Island was the home of former US President George HW Bush, singer Celine Dion and fellow golfers Gary Player, Lee Trevino, and LIV Golf Series President Greg Norman.

Woods lives near her mother Cotilda (second from left), who lives in a 15,000-square-foot mansion.

Woods lives near her mother Cotilda (second from left), who lives in a 15,000-square-foot mansion.

Woods lives near her mother Cotilda (second from left), who lives in a 15,000-square-foot mansion.

After a very serious car accident in California in February 2021 that left him with multiple broken bones, Tiger joked that he didn’t know his house was so big until he had to move there on crutches due to his injuries.

It features 3,300 square feet of living space and a 6,400 square foot multipurpose building with gym, media room, wine cellar, and elevator.

There’s also a garage, guesthouse, and mooring for his boats, as well as an oxygen therapy room, a basement game room, and a private movie theater.

He also operates upscale restaurant Woods Jupiter, which was launched in 2015 at a cost of £6m

He also operates upscale restaurant Woods Jupiter, which was launched in 2015 at a cost of £6m

He also operates upscale restaurant Woods Jupiter, which was launched in 2015 at a cost of £6m

It is part of the Medalist Golf Club - whose membership costs £100,000 per year

It is part of the Medalist Golf Club - whose membership costs £100,000 per year

It is part of the Medalist Golf Club – whose membership costs £100,000 per year

Woods is part of the very exclusive Medalist Golf Club – whose membership costs £100,000 a year – which has an 18-hole course designed by Norman, the leader of the rebellious LIV Golf chain and where the star is a regular.

It’s also where Woods and Peyton Manning faced Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady in the match: Champions for Charity, with prominent American footballers Manning and Brady.

He also operates upscale restaurant Woods Jupiter, launched in 2015 at a cost of £6m, which has hosted players such as Rory McIlroy, Ricky Fowler and Justin Thomas.

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