The House That Golf Built



The House That Golf Built for Tiger Woods. I should've played golf when I was a little kid.

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Description:
Sleeps 12 with 6 bedrooms, 5 marble baths, 2 half baths. Highest Luxury! This impeccable estate spans 9,000 sq. feet, overlooking a ¼-mile crystal white beach and Molokai. 60 foot Infinity-edged Pool with waterfalls and 24-carat gold-studded accents, 2 Jacuzzi Spas accommodating 25+ people, outdoor fire cauldrons.

World-class architecture and inventive interior, cathedral ceilings, exceptional art and sculpture collection. Central A/C, complete Media/Entertainment Room with 9 ft. projection screen and plasma TV/DVD system (22 TVs total), digital cable, stereo systems, high speed wireless Internet. Gourmet kitchen, BBQ, ocean view dining seats 8. Deluxe ocean view Gym; Recreation Room with 9-foot formal table that converts into a billiards table. Grand Hall features luxury 30-foot custom wraparound sofa, complete with a LED lighting system to create your own ambiance.

Walking Distance to 3 world-renowned golf courses, fine dining, entertainment and activities at Kapalua Resort and the Ritz Carlton. Featured in renowned design magazines and on Lifestyle of the Rich and Famous — truly a tropical palace!

*update*: according to Snopes.com this isn't really his house. But you can rent it for $4,000 a night!


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Mr. Happy May 10, 2007 at 10:45 am

Now that’s something to keep the motivation going. Wow!! Gotta get there one day MFT…gotta get there!! Amazing!

Panther28 May 10, 2007 at 11:56 am

For me to get their in this life time, I either have to rob a bank or Win the Mega million lotto. Have anyone of you ever though if you had 20 – 30 million dollars. What are the first few things you would do? The 1st thing on my list would be paying my mortgage and buying a new sports car :D. Dreaming is always good a thing.

Jeff Haden May 13, 2010 at 8:45 am

Iwant to see Tigers house.

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