Tiger's Jupiter Island Estate Revealed


An aerial glimpse of Tiger Woods' house on Jupiter Island in Florida shows that construction crews have gone. That means the $50-million estate just might be ready for the newly divorced golfer to move in and practice on his backyard green, now that he's ended the season with a fourth-place finish at the Australian Masters in Melbourne this past weekend.

The aerial photo of Woods' property, that Realtors Cary and Jeff Lichtenstein commissioned Terry Yeager of Above & Beyond Aviation Services to take, shows one tee box in the southeast corner to hit drivers, three of the greens with a single sand trap, and three pot bunkers guarding the green in the northwest corner. That's according to Cary Lichtenstein, a former rater of golf courses for Golfweek magazine, who served on the greens committee at Admirals Cove in the southeastern Florida town of Jupiter Island.

Woods' property on the barrier island that gives the town its name also has a tennis court, a fitness room, an oxygen therapy room, a diving pool and lap pool, reported HousingWatch in "Tiger Woods Makes Some (Real Estate) Moves." It also has a pair of boat docks.