Tiger Woods is an American professional golfer who is among the most successful golfers of all time, he is one of the most popular athletes of the 21st century and the highest paid with him having an estimated net worth of around $800 million dollars, we look at 9 Expensive Things He Owns.
9 – Jupiter Island Mansion
Sitting back a bit from Intracoastal Waterway, Tiger Woods home, which is located on Jupiter Island, Florida and is worth $40 million dollars
The mansion sits on 12-acre grounds and covers 9,000-square-feet with it being purchased in 2006, they then tore the existing house down.
The home has some amazing features including a tennis court, an oxygen therapy room, a fitness center, and multiple pools.
The house has its own golf course for much-needed practice and this separates it from a long beachfront on the Atlantic ocean.
The main house itself has two master bathrooms, three bedroom suites in addition to the master, a gym, media room, basement wine cellar, and its own elevator.
8 – Porsche Carrera GT
With a price tag of $448,000 dollars, Tiger’s Porsche Carrera GT is by far one of the most expensive cars he owns.
The car features a 5.7 Litre V10 engine, has a 6-speed manual transmission and comes with an eye-watering top speed of 330 km/h.
Made from carbon fiber, the car is light and at speeds above 113 km/h, the Carrera GT raises its rear wing into the airstream to reduce lift.
Its radiator is about five times the size of that of a 911 Turbo of its time and the car’s front and rear suspension system consists of pushrod actuated shock absorbers and dampers with anti-roll bars.
7 – Orlando home
Purchased for $2.6 million dollars, this home was where Tiger and Elin lived here prior to their divorce and was the site for that infamous car crash that brought Wood’s transgressions to light.
Now sold the home features 8-bedrooms and 9-baths in 3 stories and a vast living area. The house also has a pool and lush green gardens.
The property is located on the Southwest of Orlando, Florida and was sold during the couple’s multi-million divorce settlement.
The house is spread in the area of 6,692 square feet and has a home theater, gym with a mirrored wall, expansive wine cellar, and a high-capacity catering kitchen.
6 – Solitude Yacht
Tiger Woods Solitude Yacht is 61-feet and is reported to have cost the golfing star $3 million dollars.
The Solitude is a dive boat: a boat scuba diving enthusiasts use to to get out to their diving destinations.
It was custom built by a company named Garlington Landeweer Marine and is docked at Pirate’s Cove Resort & Marina, about 10 minutes from Woods’ estate in Jupiter Island.
5 – Mercedes SLR McLaren Edition
The McLaren Edition of the SLR is based on all variants of the original SLR with the exclusion of Stirling Moss and includes revised bodywork and interior parts.
The cars were modified exactly to the owner’s specifications and due to this no car was similar to the other with the personalization costing £150,000 pounds and was offered for only 25 cars.
The car has a top speed of 337 km/h that is achievable thanks to a 5.4 Litre supercharged V8 M155 engine.
The car has a 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) acceleration time of 3.4 seconds and a 1⁄4 mile time of 11.2 seconds at 130 mph.
4 – Privacy yacht
The bigger of the two yachts owned by Tiger Woods, Privacy is 155 feet long and is reported to have cost the golfing star $20 Million Dollars.
Purchased in 2004, the yacht is where he and his now Ex-wife stayed on their wedding night and the yacht is docked at a marina in North Palm Beach near to his Florida home.
The Privacy has a 12,000-gallon fuel tank that will take the boat 4,000 miles, with a top speed of 17 knots.
It has 6,500 square feet of living and work space and a capacity to sleep up to 21 people in a master suite and five guest rooms.
Other features include a gym and theater, onboard Jacuzzi and carry multiple watercraft such as jet skis with it taking a crew of nine to operate.
Outside there is a sky-lounge bar, a walk-in refrigerator, a deck dining area that seats 12, and two built-in wall safes.
3 – Tiger Woods Learning Center
Established in 2006 by Tiger Woods to get students thinking about the role education plays in their futures, this center is used by several thousand students.
The center features extensive multi-media facilities and an outdoor golf teaching area, with courses on careers in math, science, technology and language arts.
It is housed in a 35,000 square foot (3,300 m²) educational facility in Anaheim, California and was opened in February 2006 by Former President Bill Clinton and the First Lady of California Maria Shriver.
The school is thought to have cost upwards of $18 million dollars to complete and was built specifically for underprivileged children from below poverty line.
2 – Gulfstream G550
The G550 has a maximum operating speed of (Mach) 0.885, a maximum takeoff weight of 91,000 lbs and a maximum cruise altitude 51,000 ft.
The jet can fly nonstop for 12 hours and carry 24 passengers comfortably with onboard features including a kitchen and sleeping area.
A fully available wireless network, satellite communication, Iridium phone, and fax/printer equipment allows for complete productivity with the Gulfstream also offering internet connectivity options.
Tiger Woods is thought to have paid somewhere in the region of $42 Million Dollars for his luxury Private Jet
1 – Rolex Sea Dweller
The Rolex Sea-Dweller is an ultra-resistant diver watch engineered by Rolex for deep-sea exploration, is waterproof to a depth of 4,000 feet and was launched in 1967.
They are the ultimate manifestation of Rolex’s leadership in divers watches and the result of decades of collaboration with diving professionals.
From twilight blue to bottomless black, its two-color gradient dial celebrates one man’s journey to the deepest place on Earth.
The watch is thought to have cost Tiger Woods somewhere in the region of $10,000 dollars.