Tiger Woods will be moving into his new $55 million Jupiter Island, Florida bachelor pad and practice facility any day now.
The main house on the 12-acre property is 10,000 square feet. The property features a four-hole golf course that includes an enclosed video and putting center, as well as a tennis court, two pools, a straight-away track and a dock where he can park his yacht.
The course is designed to help Woods practice his short game — the longest club he can hit on it is a 7-iron. He used several different kinds of grass and several different kinds of sand to simulate different course conditions.
Tiger spent $35 million on the property in 2006 and spent another $15 million rebuilding the house and constructing the practice facility.