Tiger Woods intends to complete his Jupiter Island, Fla., mansion despite
uncertainty surrounding the future of his family and his golfing
career, according to The Palm Beach Post's Jose Lambiet. Woods, who
lives in Orlando, purchased the property in 2006 and 2007 for $44.5
million and started building the 9,000-square-foot mansion,
which includes a personal gym and has been uncharitably described as
a "Motel 6 on the Sea."On Dec. 14, when Woods’ older mistress, Wellington’s Theresa Rogers, was outed, Woods’ Orlando lawyer filed two sets of document notifying the county that the Jupiter luxury construction company D&D Constantakos would continue building the ocean-to-Intracoastal property.
The general description of the work, according to one document signed by attorney Chris Hubman on the day that [Woods' wife Elin] Nordegren appeared in public without her wedding band, includes: Completion of main house with two floors and basement,
concrete block construction, a metal roof and impact windows. The other
document is for work on a pool, a spa, the garage, a studio,
landscaping and ornamental fences.Nordegren
celebrated New Year's Eve in the French Alps with her twin sister,
according to People Magazine. Woods' whereabouts are unknown.