Tiger Woods is now a billionaire — here’s how he spends his money and lives his life

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Tiger Woods is now a billionaire — here’s how he spends his money and lives his life
Tiger Woods is now a billionaire — here's how he spends his money and lives his life
  • Woods’ career once looked over, but he made a stunning comeback by winning the Masters a fifth time.
  • He’s one of the highest-paid athletes ever and, according to Forbes, is now a billionaire.
  • Woods spends his money on yachts, private jets, and megamansions off the course.

Tony Manfred and Mary Hanbury contributed reporting to a previous version of this article.

Tiger Woods has made more than $1.4 billion since turning pro in 1996.

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Tiger Woods is now a billionaire — here's how he spends his money and lives his life
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Source: Golf Digest and Forbes

More than $122 million of that came from on-course winnings. He’s No. 1 on the all-time money list, by far.

Tiger Woods is now a billionaire — here's how he spends his money and lives his life
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He won $4.6 million at the Tour Championship alone — $1.6 million for winning the tournament and $3 million for his second-place finish in the FedEx Cup — one of his biggest paydays ever in golf.

Tiger Woods is now a billionaire — here's how he spends his money and lives his life
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Roger Federer recently passed Woods as the highest-paid athlete ever from a nonteam sport.

Tiger Woods is now a billionaire — here's how he spends his money and lives his life
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According to Forbes, Woods is now a billionaire. He’s one of only two athletes to achieve the status while still active, alongside LeBron James.

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