Tiger Woods and Girlfriend Lindsey Vonn Have a Sinking Feeling at the Mansion?
Tiger Woods and girlfriend Lindsey Vonn may be noticing a sinking feeling while lounging around at Tiger's gorgeous South Florida mansion.
See photos of the Jupiter Island mansion in the gallery below, it is an amazing property that boasts an expansive 5,700 sq. foot sports and training facility and a whole lot more.
The estate has a four-hole golf course with sand traps, 100 ft.-long swimming pool, diving pool, spa, 100 ft. field and track area, tennis and basketball courts, a pair of boat docks, and a reflecting pond.
He bought the house about seven years ago for $44.5 million with the interior space being 9,729 square feet on 12 acres, according to reports.
He has spent millions to renovate the interior and exterior.
So - why do Lindsey and Tiger have that sinking feeling while at this magnificent estate?
The couple seem quite happy together, but the sinking feeling may come from the home itself, according to a Gossip Extra report, Tiger and Lindsey Vonn noticed cracks in walls and doors rubbing on the ground and were worried something was wrong.
Does that mean the house is literally sinking?
Gossip Extra claims that is the worry and reports that a "contractor is about to attempt to stabilize the structure by inserting giant screws called 'helical piles' as far as 24 feet into the ground, according to county records."
The report cites an expert who says this type of thing happens in the region.
"This sort of thing occurs quite a bit in Florida,” said Skip Barrett of South Coast Foundation Systems in Deerfield Beach.
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