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
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But the real money comes from off the course. At his peak in the late 2000s, Woods made $100 million annually off the course, Forbes reported. In 2020, Woods raked in $60 million in endorsements.

Tiger Woods is now a billionaire — here's how he spends his money and lives his life
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Woods has hit bumps in the road. In 2009, news broke that Woods had been cheating on his wife, Elin Nordegren. Two days later, he crashed his Cadillac Escalade into a fire hydrant outside his house.

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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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He was accused of having an affair with Rachel Uchitel, a New York nightclub manager. Months later, several other women came forward to say they had affairs with Woods.

Tiger Woods is now a billionaire — here's how he spends his money and lives his life
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Many of Woods’ endorsement partners dropped him over the controversy, including AT&T, Gatorade, Gillette, Golf Digest, and Tag Heuer.

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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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His biggest partner, Nike, stuck with him.

Tiger Woods is now a billionaire — here's how he spends his money and lives his life
His caddie, Joe LaCava, also refused to abandon him.
Tiger Woods is now a billionaire — here's how he spends his money and lives his life
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Woods has been with Nike since he turned pro in 1996. In 2013, he signed a $200 million deal with the brand.

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