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Tiger Woods’ new crib is getting ripped to shreds

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untitled See that house right there? That’s Tiger’s new pad in Florida. Nice, huh? Well it at least looks good to me. Other, however, aren’t feeling the new design.

Jose Lambiet, a celebrity columnist for the Palm Beach Post, got his hands on some photos of Woods’ new abode that’s currently being built on Jupiter Island. He quickly proceeded to rip the current design to shreds, calling it a “cross between a discount motel and beachside nursing home.”


But honestly, when did this clown ever get a degree in architecture? He’s a celebrity columnist critiquing a house that’s far from being completed. But like everyone in the celebrity biz, you’ve got have a strong opinion on everything — even if you don’t know what the hell you’re talking about.


Written by Jonathan Wall

11/12/2009 at 3:29 pm

Posted in PGA Tour, Tiger Woods

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  1. I can not believe what I’m reading. Let me see now … all those that are complaining and putting the house down that will live there or has a house better please raise your hand.
    I don’t believe I see any hands going up. TW and the Mrs. have a right , and the money, to build what ever they want. What pleases them has nothing to do with what turns others on … HEY you idiots it’s their house. If they are happy with the design what has anyone else have to do with it.
    My suggestion to those that don’t like the house is when you build your home build yours differently.
    Isn’t it amazing those that don’t have complain about those that do ………… NUFF SAID.

    Charlie Thomas

    11/18/2009 at 1:53 pm

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