Poor Tiger....

Poor Tiger,
When he wakes up he has to make that tough decision every day:
Do I play golf?
Do I go for a swim?
Do I go for a walk on the beach?
Do I go fishing?
Do I play around?

Tiger Woods is preparing to move into his $60 million Florida mansion - which comes complete with a running track and four-hole golf course.
The golfer, whose marriage to Elin Nordegren ended in a hugely expensive divorce last year, posted photos of his new pad on his blog and said
he was 'excited' about making it his home.

'Pretty soon, I'll be moving into my new home in Jupiter, Florida,' he wrote.

'I'm excited about that and I'm even more excited about my new practice facility. It's phenomenal.'

Following their divorce - which is rumoured to have cost Woods $100 million - the former World Number One
took over the planning and has transformed the property into a state of the art bachelor pad.

The mansion, which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, boasts huge windows for incredible sea views and has a glass-fronted lift for anyone too tired to take the stairs.
As well as a gigantic master bedroom - with, a little ironically, his-and-hers bathrooms - there are three further bedroom suites.

According to his architects' plans, the basement also houses a large wine cellar and possibly
a cinema and games area with the best equipment for Woods' children Sam and Charlie.

Scores of tall trees and high boundary walls surround the plot, ensuring the privacy the golfer craves.
Another four buildings adjoin the main house, including a boathouse, golf training studio, a stand-alone garage and a huge guesthouse.

Luxury living: The property features a tennis court, gym, diving pool, lap lane, 100-foot running track and small golf course.
A pair of boat docks will provide a berth for Woods' 155 ft yacht, aptly named Privacy.

Writing on his blog, Woods said he was particularly excited about using his new 3.5-acre back yard golf course.
'Working with my team, I designed the short-game facility and oversaw its construction,' he revealed.
'It features four greens, six bunkers with different depths and kinds of sand, a video center and a putting studio.
'If no wind is blowing, the longest club I can hit is a 7-iron. It's also set up so I can hit shots out of my second-storey studio.'



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