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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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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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