DORAL, Fla. – Those waiting to see a “South Florida or Bust” sign hung in the back window of Tiger Woods’ car should make themselves comfortable.
Asked on Wednesday after his practice round at the WGC-Cadillac Championship when he plans to move from Orlando to his new south Florida digs, Woods said, “no time line, not yet.”
Indications are Woods’ new 9,700-square-foot home on Jupiter Island is “move in” ready but he likely won’t make the jump from Isleworth before the Masters.
As to where Woods will ply his trade when he does move, several sources said this week he will join The Medalist Golf Club in nearby Hobe Sound, a Greg Norman and Pete Dye design, although Woods’ camp says no decision has been made.
Not that he needs a home club, not with a sprawling practice facility of his own that features four greens, six bunkers, a video center, putting studio and enough real-estate to hit 7-irons.
Woods also doesn’t seem likely to play next week’s Transitions Championship near Tampa. Some had speculated he would add an event to work on his new swing, but wedging a new tournament between this week’s WGC at Doral, next week’s Tavistock Cup (Monday and Tuesday) and Bay Hill doesn’t fit his traditional work up to the Masters.