- Tiger Woods' $50 million mansion is situated on Florida's Jupiter Island
- Woods' property includes a four-hole practice area, basketball and tennis court, 100ft swimming pool and many other features
- The house was completed in 2010 - just as Woods divorce from his ex-wife Elin Nordegren was being finalised
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Golf icon Tiger Woods has enjoyed a spectacular golfing career that has seen him win a number of titles, including four PGA Championships.
The American superstar also holds numerous golf records, affording him a place as one of the world's greatest golfers.
His career spanning to more than two decades has earned him a huge fortune as he has an estimated net worth of $800 million.
International Business Times recently reported Woods has earned a massive $1.4 billion from endorsements since 1996.
As such, it is no shock he is a proud owner of an expensive Florida mansion valued at £41 million.
The property boasts of incredible features, including a basketball and tennis courts.
The property is split into two sections, with a 3,300-square-foot hosting quarters and the other 6,400-square-foot a multipurpose building.
Completed in 2010 just after his divorce with ex-wife Elin Nordegren, the mansion prides itself with a world class gym, a media room and a wine cellar.
The home includes a private theatre, and a restaurant called "The Woods" where he can keep his guests entertained.
To continue with his practice, Woods has his own four-hole golf course in the back garden and a 100ft swimming pool.
To unwind, the father of two can relax in his very own oxygen therapy room or opt chilling at his private cinema theatre.
Situated on Florida's Jupiter Island, Rory, Mcllroy, Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler are among the most prominent people who have taken a tour at the property.
Meanwhile, Woods, who was hoping to defend his Masters title at the Augusta tournament will now have to wait a little longer following the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic.
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